Joscelyn earned her B.S. in Physics, with minors in art and mathematics, magna cum laude, in 2002 from Baker University with studies abroad at Harlaxton College, England. Over the next few years she worked as an adjunct professor of physics & astronomy at Queensborough Community College (NY, NY) and Northwestern Oklahoma University. During this time she also worked as a freelance writer and co-authored “Kaplan AP Physics B & C”. In 2005, she began working at Indian Oil while earning her Masters in Earth, Environmental and Physical Sciences (M.S. of E.E.P.S.) with an emphasis in geophysics. Her graduate research included GIS mapping and isopach analysis of Indian Oil’s Ford County assets. She also interned for Kirk Rundle Consulting Geophysicist in Wichita, Kansas. Over the years, Joscelyn has gained a vast amount of knowledge of all aspects of oil and gas office operations from the unique accounting practices of the industry to land and lease acquisitions. She manages the regulatory side of the company and has lead the company into the digital information age.