IMG 20200921 191204 058Jae serves as an assistant for the Art for Music program. She serves as both a performer and creator of multimedia and communications.

Jae "Zoe" Scott Will is a sophomore at University of Richmond, Virginia, double-majoring in Computer Science and Asian Studies/Chinese with minors in both Mathematics and Linguistics.

She's the Student Manager at UR's IT Help Desk, Secretary for Block Crew dance team, and host of a weekly radio show on WDCE, featuring Asian music.

Business profile: LinkedIn

  • She is a 2-time recipient of the Department of State Gilman Scholarship (June 2023 and December 2023).
  • She appreciates the Living and Learning communities at UR, having participated both in Sophomore Scholars in Residence (including travel abroad in Portugal) and Endeavor.

Jae is a 2022 graduate of Maggie L Walker Governor's School (MLWGS) in Richmond, Virginia. She is a member of the following honors societies: American Sign Language, Delta Phi Alpha (German), English, International Thespian Society, Mu Alpha Epsilon (Mathematics), and National (NHS).

She's been on a stage as long as she can remember, with roles or tech in the following: Ghost of Christmas Future in Scrooge the Musical, Brenda in The Preacher's Wife; Susan in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe; Edgar Allen Poe in The Cask of Amontillado; Duke Orsino in Twelfth Night; Ancestor in The Addams Family Musical; Taxi Dancer in Sweet Charity; Villian in Almost, Maine; Jack's Mom in Into the Woods; Scrooge the Musical; God Bless Us Every One; You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown; The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. The one act she wrote, Resolved, debuted in February 2022 Maggie L. Walker Governor's School in Richmond, Virginia, with Jae as the Director.

Jae regularly attended Suzuki conferences since 2013 to 2018, participating as a member in both the Suzuki Association of Greater Washington and the Suzuki Teacher's Association of Hampton Roads. In 2017, she served as concertmistress for SAGWA for the intermediate orchestra in the closing concert. She is a former member of the Richmond Symphony Youth Orchestra, Sinfonietta. Besides performing to support The Consulting Arts, Jae has been requested by several of our clients to support special projects, such as Miracles in Motion summer camps.

An award-winner in the Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University Talent Search, Zoe has also won in multiple categories of the PTA Reflections arts competition including composition, and was a scholarship winner (2016) from Ruritan Club Citizenship Essay contest.

She has performed either vocals or instrumentals for many special events, including weddings, recitals and concerts. She has played piano since she was 3 and violin since she was 5, training in the Suzuki method starting at age 6. In addition to music, Zoe has a long-term interest in acting, writing & origami.

If she's not studying, you may find her watching anime, playing video games, or reading.