JACQUELINE ISABEL SCOTT
President, Women’s Missionary Council
Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
Jacqueline Isabel Scott is the tenth child (10) of eleven of the late Mr. James H. Isabel and Mrs. Dorothy M. Isabel.
A graduate of LeMoyne Owen College, Jacqueline has a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education. She further earned a Master’s Degree from the University of Memphis in Library Science (Education) and has completed extensive graduate studies at Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tennessee.
She taught at Brownsville Road Elementary School as a Fourth and Fifth grade teacher, and retiring as Librarian in 2012. While teaching at Brownsville Road, she also served in the following capacities: Grade Chairman, Adopt-A-School Chairman, Discipline Committee, Acting Principal, United Way of Greater Memphis and the Courtesy Committee Chairman.
Jacqueline is a member of Mt. Pisgah C. M. E. Church and has been a member for the past forty-one years. Currently at Mt. Pisgah, she is a member of the Mass Choir, the Mary Becton Missionary Circle, the Stewardess Board, a member of the Board of Christian Education, a former Sunday School teacher in the Children’s, and Youth Division, and a mMember of the William Davis Sunday School Class.
Ms. Scott has served as president both locally and district wide before becoming president of the West Tennessee Region during te years 1995-2003. On the Council level, she served as Departmental Secretary of the Pauline B. Grant Status of Women 1995-2003, Division I Structure Leader 2003-2011, and 1st Episcopal District Missionary Institute Director since 2007-2015. On June 30, 2015, she was re-elected Vice President of the Women’s Missionary Council of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church.
Ms. Scott’s involvements are not only with the Missionary Society. She, also, works with a variety of community, and national organizations. (Coordinator, OCOS, Mt. Pisgah C.M.E Church) She is a member of Beta Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Elected International President: Women’s Missionary Council on June 27, 2019.