The Global Action Team brings the Global Leadership (GLT), the Global Membership Team (GMT) and the Global Service Team (GST) together, creating a unified one-team approach to the three key areas of Lions. The Global Action Team champions the vision of LCI and reignites the passion for service in Lions and Leos. The GAT network of leaders directly supports district governors in inspiring action at the club level. The GAT exists when the clubs are in motion.
Lion Scott McMurrain is a member of the Staunton Lions Club. He served as club President (2 terms), secretary, and treasurer. He has served on the board of director since 2011. Lion Scott has also served District 24-C as Zone Chair, 2nd Vice District governor, and is currently serving as First Vice District Governor. He attended the Regional Lions Leadership Institute, and has served on various boards and committees over the years. He published his club’s newsletter for several years, and is currently heading up design team for our new Lions of Virginia Website.
While serving as Vice District Governor, Lion Scott has visited almost every club in District 24-C and attended the Fall Conferences for every district in Virginia last year. He has enjoyed meeting Lions throughout Virginia. He has owned and operated a software development company that services the restaurant delivery industry since 1992. In addition to being a software developer, Lion Scott holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Texas (Dallas) and a law degree (J.D.) from Southern Methodist University. He is a member of the Texas State bar.
Lion Scott was born and raised in Florida, and lived in Texas for 11 years before moving to Virginia in 2011. He is the father of two great kids: Tyler is 7 and is finishing the first grade. Sydney is 6 and is in Kindergarten. They live in Fishersville, and are active members of Olivet Presbyterian Church.
Lion Scott is active in the community and serves on the Citizen’s Advisory Board for Delegate Steve Landes, serves as Treasurer for Cub Scout Pack 346 in Fishersville, and is a member of the Loyal Order of Moose. When he was in Florida, he was a volunteer for the Sheriff’s Department and was a member of the Kiwanis club.
The GMT district coordinator is the driving force that ensures our district is strong,
stable and focused on increasing membership. The GMT knows where to find solutions and
is able to overcome obstacles. The GMT serves as a conduit between clubs and
multiple district coordinators to ensure the distinct needs of each district and club are
The GLT district coordinator directly impacts the success of the Global
Action Team’s initiatives. The GLT is the driving force that ensures our district is strong,
stable and focused on developing and inspiring quality leadership. The GLT serves as a conduit between clubs and multiple district coordinators to ensure the distinct needs of each district and
club are being met.