Becky Scott graduated from Northeastern State University with her Master’s degree in College Teaching with an emphasis in Student Services, and her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology. An Associate’s degree was earned in radio broadcasting from Rogers State College. She attended Hulbert High School.
Becky is owner of Safety Fire Extinguishers in Muskogee, where she currently resides. Becky has taught college classes at Bacone College, where she also worked in academic support to coordinate tutoring, monitor attendance, probation, worked in the library, admissions, and was director of health science recruiting and admissions. She also worked for four years at NSU in financial aid. At the Cherokee Nation, Becky worked in several departments, including higher education as their higher education specialist, youth fair chance, tribal interns, summer youth employment, LIHEAP, and welfare to work. She also worked with individuals with developmental disabilities as a program coordinator with Independent Opportunities.
She is married to Scott Bynum and they live with their two rescue dogs, Bailey and Griffin Bynum. As a first generation college student, she is excited to work with students to realize their dream of continuing their education past high school.