Dr. Meredith Skaggs has a love for all things higher education. This love began as a dual credit student attending Owensboro Community and Technical College where she is now employed full-time as an Associate Professor of Communication. After completing her general education courses at OCTC, she continued to Georgetown College earning her degree in Communication and Media Studies. At Georgetown College, Dr. Skaggs participated in Lambda Pi Eta and graduated with a Equine Scholars distinction. Continuing forward, Dr. Skaggs attended Western Kentucky University for her graduate course work. She completed her Masters of Arts in Organizational Communication, focusing on crisis communication and response in 2009 and recently earned her Doctoral Education degree in Educational Leadership and Administration, focusing on the impact of an institution’s culture on student success. Currently, Dr. Skaggs teaches LEAD 300 for WKU.
Meredith enjoys riding and training reining horses, kayaking, reading in her ENO, photography, running, and supporting area Christian ministries for high school and college students. She is married to her high school sweetheart and the two reside on a small farm in Ohio County with their 2 dogs.