Christian Scott has worked part-time at Solender/Hall for many years as Director of Research and overseeing the company data bases.
He has worked full-time in public education since 2001. He currently teaches Middle School Theatre Arts and Film & Broadcast History. He serves as the Electives Department Chair at his campus, and is a member of the Campus Leadership Team as well as the Technology Committee. Christian has built a very successful extra-curricular theatre productions and Thespian program on his campus.
Christian holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre from Texas Wesleyan University, where he held an assistantship for Theatre Administration and Videography. While in college, and for a few years after, he owned a video editing company, filming and editing weddings, family events, and creating video slideshows.
In his spare time, Christian leads youth leadership and community-building activity workshops focusing on teaching young people how to create a sense of togetherness, openness, ownership, and responsible empowerment in their home programs. He runs a small web network which includes LearniSphere.com, an educational resource site. Christian also enjoys playwriting, with an aim at providing middle school dramatists challenging, yet age appropriate, production material. He frequently utilizes his students to tryout and finalize his scripts.