Carjamin (Carjie) is a Doctor of Education with over a decade of enrollment management, operations, and inclusion advocacy experience. She is passionate about students and meeting the needs of diverse learners. Her overarching professional goals are to transform lives by providing a quality education and to build successful teams who share this mission. She is an innovative thinker who enjoys collaborating with others.
Carjie is a blog owner who posts about attending college for free, interviews of people doing great things, books of interest and meetings to discuss, and life improvement conferences. Her passion is motivating people to live their best life and achieve success. Her blog fills the gap between what she does professionally and who she is personally.
Additionally, she serves as a Board member and volunteer for a number of professional organizations that encourage literacy, voter rights, and women’s rights.
Carjie earned a Bachelor of Arts in English for Corporate Communications and Management from Christian Brothers University, Master of Arts in Management and Leadership from Webster University, and Doctor of Education in Learning Organizations and Strategic Change from Lipscomb University.
To culminate her Doctor of Education degree, she co-authored the capstone group project titled Parents’ Perceptions of TN Inclusive Post-Secondary Education Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities. The issue the research presented was the parents’ perception of the impact of IPSE programs for their student with ID in the state of TN.
Carjamin Scott can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and you can follow her on twitter @scottcarjie.