About Me (Professional Bio)


Dr. Carjamin (Carjie) Scott (she/her/hers) has over a decade of experience in higher education administration, community advocacy, and implementation of cultural competence initiatives. She is involved with a number of professional organizations that encourage literacy, equity, and education access.

She’s an avid writer with publications in The Tennessee Tribune, Medium, xoNecole, and her personal blog. Her ebook “Attend College for Free in Tennessee,” has helped her cultivate relationships and personally consult residents on how to offset the costs associated with attending college.

Scott received the Karen Dolan Spirit Award and Communications Committee of the Year Award in 2019 by the Vanderbilt University Staff Advisory Council. She was named a Nashville Emerging Leader finalist by YP Nashville and the Nashville Chamber of Commerce, and was a nominee for Women who Rock Nashville. She earned the Admissions Voice to Voice award and Admissions Excellence award while at Vatterott Career College. She has been featured in urbaanite, The TN Tribune, The Dr. Will Show, xoNecole and other platforms.

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Dr. Carjamin Scott can be reached at carjamin.scott@gmail.com and you can follow her on twitter @scottcarjie.

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