Lynda Scott recently joined US PREP as the Communications & Outreach Specialist.  She was a Clinical Assistant Professor and a Site Coordinator at Arizona State University in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.  She has her Bachelor of Arts in Education and earned her Masters in Administration and Supervision and principal certification in 2013. She has experience as an 8th grade ELA teacher, 4th grade teacher and instructional coach. Lynda recently planned and implemented a Technology Infusion Project at ASU that promoted the infusion of technology in the iTeachAZ Avondale Senior Year Residency. She was presented the 2016 AzTEA Innovation Award for Teacher (Pre-Service Faculty) of the Year for her work with technology infusion in denteacher preparation. Lynda has also served on faculty teams to help align curriculum and best practices in the iTeachAZ program with SEED and ELL Grant initiatives.

Lynda is currently in the doctoral program at ASU—researching the use of educational technology in teacher preparation. She has presented at conferences for various organizations— including Arizona Technology in Education Association and International Society for Technology in Education. Lynda was awarded Westside Impact Teacher of the Year and was presented with the Dr. Cathy Stafford Passion and Commitment Award for Desert Thunder during her time as a Master Teacher in the Avondale School District.