Scott Hagan is a Grassroots Engagement Director for Concerned Veterans of America in North Carolina. Scott Hagan was born and raised in a little farming town in the Panhandle of Florida. Scott graduated with a bachelor’s in social studies from The Baptist College of Florida. He then went on to be a certified teacher and educate the youth in American History at his alma mater, Marianna High. A few years into his teaching career, he partied ways with the public school system and joined the United States Army.
Scott Graduated from the Defense Information School and was sent to the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, California. Scott served as a Combat Photographer, nickname Jokerman, while also acquiring an MPP, from Liberty University. He would be promoted to the rank of sergeant and lead a squad of soldiers during various missions as a combat photographer in the United States Army.
Five years of service was completed with a medical retirement and relocation to Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Scott has lived in the Sandhills region of North Carolina since 2020 and quickly found employment with Concerned Veterans for America.