Scott Storment is the Senior Director of Threatened and Endangered Species. In this role, Storment serves as the Program Manager for the federally approved Habitat Conservation Plan.
Prior to joining the EAA, Scott worked at AMERESCO as a Senior Account Executive where he executed energy, water, and solar projects covering the municipal and education markets in Texas and New Mexico, educated public sector clients on energy performance contracting, and led a multi-faceted team in aspects of client engagement and project management. Prior to AMERESCO, Scott worked at the Alamo Area of Council of Governments as Natural Resources Director where he managed a team of experts conducting air quality modeling and monitoring covering the San Antonio region. Additionally, Scott served as a key spokesperson with local elected officials, TCEQ, EPA, and media on air quality issues. Prior to the Alamo Area of Council of Governments, Scott served as Principal/Owner at Green Hub Advisors, LLC, where he managed business development efforts to provide energy, solar, and water/wastewater utility opportunities to clients. While with Green Hub Advisors, LLC, Scott was appointed by then EPA Administrator, Gina McCarthy, to a three-year term on the Good Neighbor Environmental Board. Scott received his Bachelor of Arts from Texas A&M University College Station and his Masters in Community & Regional Planning from the University of New Mexico.