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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 of history, Tarrant County Junior College, Arlington, since 1997. Panahellenic advisory board University Texas, Arlington, 1982-1985.

Achievements

  • Certified archivist.

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).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: travel, quilting.

Connections

Married Wade Addison Scott, June 6, 1959. Children: Shannon Blair, Colyn Caye, Wade Edward Matthew.

father:
Roy Marcus Boroughs Ingram

mother:
Vernell (Neil) Ingram

spouse:
Wade Addison Scott

children:
Wade Edward Matthew Scott

Shannon Blair Scott

Colyn Caye Scott