Morgan Scott, Technical Lead - Sustainability; The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
Morgan Scott joined the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) in January of 2015 as a Sustainability Technical Lead and Project Manager. In this role, Ms. Scott contributes to EPRI's growing portfolio of sustainability research, focused on the areas of materiality, maturity, and metrics. Ms. Scott co-manages EPRI's Energy Sustainability Interest Group, a collaborative forum for electric power company sustainability managers to strategically advance sustainable generation and distribution of electricity. This effort includes over 40 electric utilities and is the largest collective group in the industry addressing sustainability. She also serves as a member of the steering committee leading EPRI's own Corporate Social Responsibility effort.
Prior to joining EPRI, Ms. Scott was the Sustainability Manager at Consolidated Edison Company of New York, a Fortune 500 company providing electric, gas, and steam services to the City of New York and surrounding counties. In this role, Ms. Scott managed the company's sustainability strategy and associated initiatives, including the redesign of their sustainability strategy to better align it with the triple bottom line concept and the company's material issues. Additionally, she managed the production of the company's annual sustainability report and voluntary reporting to organizations such as CDP and the Global Reporting Initiative, among others. Prior to the role of Sustainability Manager, Ms. Scott held positions of increasing responsibility during her tenure at Con Edison in the areas of Procurement, Customer Service, Energy Management, and Environment, Health & Safety.
Ms. Scott received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Wagner College and a Master of Science in Sustainability Management from Columbia University.
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