Sierra Vista, Arizona
Deb Scott is a Cybersecurity Manager with the US Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM). Mrs Scott manages NETCOM worldwide compliance and reporting of IA Workforce qualifications, budget requirements, and the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA). Mrs Scott serves on technical work groups for NETCOM, Army and DoD topics. Now in her 31st year of Federal Service, Mrs Scott reached the rank of Captain while on Active Duty in the Air Defense Artillery. In 2007, Mrs Scott was named the Army Medical Department Information Management/Information Technology Civilian of the Year. She was named NETCOM Civilian of the Month for October 2013, and a runner-up for the 2013 NETCOM Civilian of the Year. Deb was the keynote speaker at the NETCOM celebration of National Women’s History Month in March 2014.
She is married to retired Infantry Officer, Ron Scott. Their son, Chris, teaches Physics at Buena HS and their daughter, Sandy, is a Registered Dietician in Texas. Deb taught religious education classes for over 24 years and has been a volunteer with the Cochise Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering for over 10 years. Deb describes herself as a Lifelong Learner and is serving in her third term on the Sierra Vista Unified School District Governing Board. Deb learned to sew in Home Ec classes and began quilting in 1993. She has taught beginning quilting and several special techniques to over 400 students, and has been awarded ribbons in quilt shows in MO, NY, KS, and AZ, including the 2012 Cochise County Fair. Her “Arizona Valor” quilt, co-created with Cyndi Ward, was the 2009 AZ State entry in the Quilts of Valor Program and was inducted into the Arizona Quilters Hall of Fame in 2013.