Nancy Scott began her idyllic life in Wichita Falls being born and raised here. While attending Colorado State University for a degree in History and Secondary Education, she had many great adventures working with the U.S. Forest Service on the Arapaho – Roosevelt National Forest. After graduation, she returned to Wichita Falls and began her 27- year career as a teacher at Petrolia ISD and teaching Kindergarten and Texas History at Windthorst ISD. Upon retirement, she was invited by Carol Sales to become part of the very beautiful Kemp Center for the Arts and she has been working with the Arts Council for ten years. Nancy stated that, “Friends and I have truly enjoyed this very artistic community. We have tried to attend as many events, performances and festivals as possible because it is wonderful to have so many very talented artists in this region.” Nancy says that she is excited to volunteer with the symphony and considers it an honor. The WFSO is honored to have such incredible volunteers who are passionate about the arts in Wichita Falls!