Title III Project Director for the NASNTI Grant
Anna Scott is a former NOC student and a Ponca City native whose deep family ties have encouraged her to remain in the region.
She graduated from Ponca City High School in 1999 and obtained an Associate of Science degree in 2004 from Northern Oklahoma College. In 2007, she received a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Northwestern Oklahoma State University. She continued her education at Full Sail University, Fla., graduating in 2014 with a Master of Science degree in Instructional Design Technology. During her coursework, she received three Course Director Awards.
Anna began her career in Ponca City as a teacher at Garfield Elementary School. During her eight years as a teacher, she served on various committees, provided support as a technology coach and led staff professional development on teaching practices. During her employment, she was deeply active with the Ponca City Association of Classroom Teachers, serving as Delegate, Building Representative and President. She also was a dedicated member of the Oklahoma Education Association and served on the Board of Directors, representing the Northwest-B region.
Beginning in Fall 2016, she shifted her teaching and technology expertise to the virtual world and began teaching students online through Epic Public Charter Schools. She is also an active member of Delta Chapter, Kappa Gamma Society International, an organization that promotes professional and personal growth of women educators and excellence in education. Her goals at NOC include supporting the grant staff in meeting the initiatives of the NASNTI grant, and working with the institution to help improve the student experience for NOC students.
She lives in Ponca City with her fiance, James Roland and her six children, Jason, Daxton, Kamauri, Lucas, Taniyah and Rebecca.