Nancy Elliott

Nancy Elliott

Seat: #2

Mailing Address:
620 Ann
Ada, OK 74820
Cell: (580) 399-4374
Home: (580) 332-5485

Lineal Descendants

  • Leona Beatrice Brown Barrick - Mother
  • Nathaniel Brown - Grandfather
  • Charles A. Brown - Great-grandfather
  • Joshua Brown - Great-great-grandfather


  • Mary Curtis Brown - Great-great-grandmother


  • Bachelor of Science Degree from East Central University 1983
  • Masters Degree in Education from East Central Univ. 1988

Work History

  • Teacher with Ada Public Schools from 1984 to present
  • Southwestern Bell Telephone Company 1970 -1979
  • Allen and Allen, Attorneys at Law 1969-1970

Civic and/or Community activities

  • Panelist in 2008 for the Dynamic Women of the Chickasaw Nation
  • Judge for Chickasaw Princess Pageant
  • Member of planning committee for CNASA youth camp
  • Member of various committees for Chickasaw Nation
  • Girl Scout Leader of two troops for 10 years
  • Youth Sunday School Teacher for many years
  • Active in Women’s Ministry of First Baptist Church

Goals as a Legislator

  • My goal as a legislator is to meet the needs important to all Chickasaws. 

I firmly believe and will work for:

  1. Quality, accessible health care for every Chickasaw
  2. Retirement villages rich in activities and culture for our elders
  3. Educational opportunities for all Chickasaws of every age and location
  4. Diversification of businesses and promotion of entrepreneurship
  5. Services that build strong individuals and strengthen families
  6. Opportunities for all Chickasaws to grow, work, engage, and succeed

My husband of 36 years, Robbie Elliott, died in October 2004. We raised three fantastic children, Nathan Elliott, Robyn Scribner, and Rachel Jimboy.  I now have six amazing grandchildren; Mikaela and Mackenzie Kent, Titus Jimboy, Reagan and Lauren Elliott and Barrick Scribner.
I love to spend time outdoors: camping, boating, gardening, playing tennis, or walking.  I also love to work with my hands:  canning, sewing, or quilting.  My favorite activities these days usually involve my grandchildren.