Travis Scott is a proud Eastern Kentucky native living and working in Louisville. Travis is a Senior Account Executive with Viamedia, the video industry’s largest independent local ad management company, based in Lexington.
Travis was an active leader in the Kentucky Young Democrats for over a decade, serving in many roles including as President from 2016-2018. From 2011-2013 Travis served as Chairman of the Rural Caucus of Young Democrats of America. As chairman, he organized campaign invasions in crucial swing districts in North Carolina and Nebraska, and promoted rural issues across the country.
Travis worked from 2007-2011 for Governor Steven L. Beshear, both in capacities of his election and reelection campaigns and in the Office of the Governor: Department for Local Government, where he specialized in helping county governments with Federal Grants for Flood Control and Land and Water Conservation, as well as working with the Office of Adventure Tourism.
Travis is a 2004 graduate of Morehead State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Government and Communications (Journalism) and is currently pursuing his Masters in Public Administration. While in college, Travis served as Vice President of the MSU Student Government Association and State Secretary of Kentucky 4-H. He has worked as an AmeriCorps with Lexington Habitat for Humanity and was also a member of the Morehead Area Habitat for Humanity board of directors.
Travis lives in Louisville with his wife Amber, and the two of them, throughout the course of their relationship, have made it a goal to visit and go on a date in every Kentucky County, of which they are currently at 102. Travis is a 34 year Leukemia survivor.