Morgan Scott, Senior Program Manager; Electric Power Research Institute Inc.
Morgan Scott is a Senior Sustainability Project Manager at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). In this role, Morgan leads EPRI’s growing portfolio of sustainability research, focused on developing the tools and resources electric power companies can use to establish and enhance their sustainability programs as well as embed a triple bottom line mindset into operations, strategic long-range planning, and corporate culture. Morgan manages EPRI’s Strategic Sustainability Science program, Energy Sustainability Interest Group, Sustainability Benchmarking for Utilities project, and co-leads the Understanding Climate Scenarios and Goal Setting Activities project. Collaborating with over 45 electric utilities, EPRI’s research is informed by the largest collective group in the industry addressing sustainability. She is the lead author on several EPRI reports pertaining to sustainability priority issues, metrics, and disclosure trends and is a co-editor of Sustainable Electricity II: A Conversation on Tradeoffs (2018).
Prior to joining EPRI, Morgan was the Sustainability Manager at Consolidated Edison Company of New York. In this role, Morgan managed the company’s sustainability strategy and associated initiatives as well as the production of the company’s annual sustainability report and voluntary disclosure activities. Prior to the role of Sustainability Manager, Morgan held positions of increasing responsibility in the areas of Procurement; Customer Service; Energy Management; and Environment, Health & Safety.
Morgan received a B.S. in Business Administration from Wagner College and a M.S. in Sustainability Management from Columbia University.