Scott is a lifelong Wake County resident who believes in the importance of actively protecting natural resources. He has the experience, education and the dedication to collaboratively work to solve problems and protect our growing county. He firmly believes that our community's best days are ahead.
Scott believes in servant leadership. Professionally, as a public school administrator, he walks shoulder to shoulder with his students, parents and staff to ensure common goals are accomplished. Personally, he’s committed to his family, faith and community.
As a former elected Town Councilman for Apex and now Wake County Soil and Water Supervisor, Scott knows what it takes to foster partnerships that create positive results.
Scott is a public servant and understands that holding office is hard work and that the stakes are high for his community. With Wake County urbanizing at a rapid rate Scott will support policy, programming and resource allocations that ensure clean water sources, and preservation of land for use in passive, active and agricultural ways.
Scott believes that supporting the family farmer and increased efforts in agricultural education are key to accomplishing the his goals. He also believes this is everyone’s responsibility and will seek to partner with business leaders, universities, schools and municipalities in safeguarding our precious and limited natural resources.