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Soror Achievements

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In February 2023, the Clarke County School District’s Board of Education approved the appointment of Dr. Jennifer Scott as the new Chief of Academics and Student Supports, a role that merges her current position as Chief of Student and Family Supports and that of Chief Academic Officer. March 6 marked her official start date in that role.

Dr. Scott is a 25-year veteran of CCSD, starting in 1998 as a teacher at Timothy Road Elementary. She was later assistant principal at TRES before serving as principal of Barnett Shoals from 2011-2019. She joined the district office in 2019 as an Executive Director of Leadership Development in 2019, a role in which she supervised and promoted the professional growth and development of principals at seven of the district’s 14 elementary schools. She was promoted to Chief of Student and Family Support. Dr. Scott holds a bachelor’s degree in speech communications, a master’s degree in early childhood education, and a doctorate in Educational Leadership, all from the University of Georgia.

Within the chapter, Soror Jennifer Scott has worked tirelessly and selflessly serving in various leadership roles (including being the Chapter President 2009-2010) and working with several committees since her initiation into Iota Psi Omega in Fall 1999. We are so proud of you, Soror Jennifer Scott. May you continue to positively impact the lives of children and families in Clarke County and beyond!

Andraa Perrin, Chairman for the Associate of Science in Nursing Program at Athens Technical College, was named the college’s winner of the Rick Perkins Award for Excellence in Technical Instruction in January and is now selected to move forward to compete at the state level.

An instructor with the college since 2001, she has worked in both the licensed practical nursing (LPN) and associate of science in nursing (ASN) programs serving as RN Bridge Coordinator, LPN Program Chair, and now ASN Program chair. Perrin received a B.S. in Biology from Paine College in Augusta, a B.S. in nursing from the Medical College of Georgia, an M.S. in family nurse practitioner from Georgia State University, and an Ed.D. in instructional leadership – nurse educator specialization from the University of Alabama.

Perrin’s nursing experience includes previous work at Halcyon Hospice, Elbert Memorial Hospital, and Athens Regional Medical Center. She has been named a Piedmont Athens Regional Medical Center Eminent Scholar in Health Care by the College three times.

Soror Andraa Perrin was initiated in the Zeta Eta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. at Paine College in 1987. In recent years, she has invested her skills and talents, genuine heart for sisterhood, and dedication to serving the community to the Iota Psi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. We are proud of you, Soror Andraa!

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