Renee Scott

M.A., American Studies (2019), George Washington University; B.A., (2013) English, African and African American Studies, Dartmouth College

Renee Scott

Renee is a third generation Washingtonian with six years of education experience working in DC Public and Charter Schools. While at DCPS, Renee co-authored the curriculum for the first high school elective African American History course. She also contributed to the DCPS Race and Equity in Education Seminars (REES), where she co-developed lessons titled “Gentrification and Neighborhood Change in Washington DC” and “African American Girls, Women, and Intersectionality.” Most recently, Renee taught high school special education and SAT Prep. Renee is interested in the cultural experiences of children in the post-Civil Rights Era, specifically those of African American girls. Other than working with children, Renee is passionate about singing – both professionally and for fun. She is looking forward to joining the researcher community at Maryland and becoming a part of the Terp family.