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Aurélia Carmelita Scott

Aurélia Carmelita Scott, American non-profit organization executive, writer. Recipient Grand prize Writer's Digest Magazine, 1995.

Background

  • Scott, Aurélia Carmelita was born on February 21, 1956 in Madison, Wisconsin, United States. Daughter of Walter Hilton and Carmalita Foster (Benson) Scott.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Simon's Rock College, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, 1977. Master of Education, Harvard University, 1978.

    Career

    • Program evaluator Massachusetts Department Mental Health, Northampton, 1978-1979. Senior research assistant McFann, Gray and Associates, Monterey, California, 1979-1981. Research scientist American Institute Research, Palo Alto, Washington, 1981-1986.

      Project director Cosmos Corporation, 1986-1989. Executive director Habitat for Humanity, Taos, New Mexico, 1995-1997. Freelance writer, since 1992.

      Board directors Greater Portland Landmarks.

    Works

    • Member editorial board AudioFile Magazine, since 1998. Contributor articles to magazines and books.

    Membership

    Board directors Taos Institute Arts, 1993, 94, 95, advisory board, since 1996. Board directors Taos Public Library., 1996-1998. Master gardener New Mexico Cooperative Extension Service, 1995-1998.

    Founding member children's education program Millicent Rogers Museum, Taos, 1990-1993. Member Taos Garden Club (president 1994, 95), Taos Investment Club (founding, presiding partner 1997-1998).

    Connections

    • Married Robert Edward Krug Junior, February 21, 1987.
    • father: Walter Hilton Scott
    • mother: Carmalita Foster (Benson) Scott
    • spouse: Robert Edward Krug Junior
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    Born February 21, 1956
    (age 61)
    Nationality
    • 1977
      Simon's Rock College
    • 1978
      Harvard University
    • 1978 - 1979
      Program evaluator Massachusetts Department Mental Health
      Northampton, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1979 - 1981
      senior, s
      Monterey, California, United States
    • 1979 - 1981
      Gray and Associate, s
      Monterey, California, United States
    • 1981 - 1986
      research scientist, American Institute Research
      Palo Alto, California, United States
    • 1986 - 1989
      project director, Cosmos Corporation
    • 1995 - 1997
      executive, director Habitat for Humanity
      Taos, New Mexico, United States

    Award