Scott’s passion for activism, social justice, and inquiry into the circumstances creating inequalities drew him to Environmental Works, where he values working with colleagues and other nonprofits toward a more just and equitable community. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and a Bachelor of Architecture from Rice University. At EW, he focuses on design for child care facilities, community centers, and affordable housing.
Representative projects include:
- Assisting Seattle Public Schools with the licensing process for new childcare spaces
- The in-progress Community House Mental Health Agency redevelopment (housing, social services, and offices in Seattle)