Program Assistant, Energy and the Environment
Scott helps lobby Congress to acknowledge man-made climate change and to act on climate change on a bipartisan basis. He helps FCNL track legislation and amendments relevant to climate change and create space for bipartisan efforts to address this pressing issue. Scott also works closely with coalition partners throughout the faith-based and environmental communities to create a unified voice calling our leaders to action.
Scott is a member of Iowa Yearly Meeting Conservative and grew up attending Madison Monthly Meeting. Scott Graduated from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, where he served as Student Body President and received a degree in environmental biology.
Before Coming to FCNL, Scott was an intern for Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper in his Office of Community Partnerships and Special Initiatives. Scott also interned with the Conservation Lands Foundation, a national nonprofit organization focused on protecting public lands. Scott completed FCNL’s Advocacy Corps Program in its inaugural year, advocating for action on climate change in Colorado. The preservation of the natural world is deeply important to Scott, and he can be found enjoying the outdoors in his free time, through running, rock climbing, skiing, and surfing.