Emily Hector serves as an adjunct instructor for the Division of Arts and Humanities and the coach of the Drover Dancers, USAO’s spirit team. She took over as coach in 2010.
In addition to teaching, coaching and being a choreographer for USAO, Hector coaches Chickasha High School Pom, is a dance instructor for Sunny Patch Daycare, is the movement coordinator for Grand Spirit Squad and owns and teaches at her own dance studio, Love to Dance. She founded her studio in 2008 on her ongoing passion for the arts and her enjoyment of working with children.
Hector holds an Oklahoma teaching license in dance and has performed with Shoji Tabuchi in Branson, Celebrity Cruises in the Pacific touring Australia and New Zealand, the OKC Yard Dawgz and “Fixin’ to Rain” in Tennessee.
On a separate note, she was the youngest female to solo an airplane in the United States and holds a private pilot’s license.
Rachael Brown takes advantage of a break in her studies to visit Venice, Italy. Brown spent five months studying at Swansea University in Wales, UK after being named a Brad Henry International Scholar.
After five months of study in Wales, Brad Henry International Scholar Rachael Brown has returned home to Chickasha and is poised to begin her final semester at the University of Science and Arts.