Hannah Scott

Manager,
Ohio Cooperative Development Center

Hannah Scott - Office

1864 Shyville Road
Piketon, OH 45661
740-289-2071 x227
scott.1220@osu.edu

Education:

Master of Science in Environment and Natural Resources specializing in Rural Sociology from The Ohio State University (Expected May, 2015)

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with Psychology Minor, Documentary Studies Certificate from Duke University

Professional Experience:

Hannah Scott is Manager of the Ohio Cooperative Development Center the Ohio State University South Centers. Among Hannah’s years of service and experience, she was employed by Ohio State University Extension Services in Brown County. As a GearUp Intern, she created, compiled, and implemented college readiness lessons for K-12 students in Appalachian Ohio.

She presently serves on the Board of Trustees at the Ohio Tobacco Museum in Ripley, Ohio, which showcases regional agricultural history.

Community/Personal Business Experience:

Hannah is from Brown County, where she and her family farm together, raising cattle, corn, soybeans, hay, and tobacco.

Something not many know about you?

I love history and historic sites. I led historic tours for the Duke Homestead State Historic Site, an 1850’s farm and homestead.” ~Hannah Scott

2 thoughts on “Hannah Scott

  1. Ms. Scott
    My name is Terry Kelley I am the Customer Relations Officer for Tennessee Farmer’s Coop. We are exploring some new ways that our Coop can operate as one unit.
    We are looking for some fresh ways to look at the Cooperative model. Does your development center work with Coops outside the Ohio area? If you think this is something you could help us with please contact me.

    Thanks
    Terry Kelley

    • Hi Terry,

      Thanks for your question! The Ohio Cooperative Development Center’s funding, by USDA Rural Development, tasks the center with working with Ohio and West Virginia groups. However, the same program funds similar centers throughout the country and USDA Rural Development is a great resource for cooperatives. I would encourage you to reach out to the Rural Business-Cooperative Service at USDA RD in your state to ask about available resources.

      Cooperatively,
      Hannah Scott

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