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Marcia Nell Scott

Marcia Nell Scott, American journalist. Certified archivist.

Background

  • Scott, Marcia Nell was born on October 4, 1938 in Steele, Missouri, United States. Daughter of Roy Marcus Boroughs and Vernell (Neil) Ingram.

  • Education

    • Student, Louisiana Technology University, 1959. Bachelor in Journalism, University Texas, Arlington, 1990. Master of Arts in History, University Texas, Arlington, 1996.

    Career

    • Intern KXAS-television, Dallas, 1990. Freelance journalist Arlington, since 1991. Adjunct professor history Tarrant County Junior College, since 1997.

      Panahellenic advisory board University Texas, Arlington, 1982-1985.

    Major achievements

    • Certified archivist.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Newsletter editor Handicapped Resource Association, 1989. President Arlington Area Panhellenic, 1979-1980, McDonnell-Douglas Women's Club, Alamagorda, New Mexico, 1966-1967. Volunteer American Airlines.

    Volunteer American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum. Member Women in Communications, Inc. (delegate), Arlington Woman's Club, Delta Eta Dela, Alpha Chi Omega (president 1981-1982, Outstanding Alumnae award 1987).

    Personality

    Interests

    Travel, quilting.

    Connections

    • Married Wade Addison Scott, June 6, 1959. Children: Shannon Blair, Colyn Caye, Wade Edward Matthew.
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    Born October 4, 1938
    • 1959
      Louisiana Technology University
    • 1990
      University Texas
    • 1996
      University Texas
    • 1990
      Intern, KXAS-television
      Dallas, Texas, United States
    • 1991
      freelance journalist Arlington
    • 1997
      adjunct professor, history Tarrant County Junior College