Texas State Director, The Nature Conservancy
Suzanne Scott joined the Nature Conservancy as the State Director in 2020 after a 20-year career with the San Antonio River Authority. She oversees conservation strategies and public policy development to protect the state’s cherished landscapes and support ecology, economies, public health, and equity. Working closely with a talented staff of dedicated conservationists and experts, she promotes resilience through nature-based solutions in cities and along coasts, while supporting the protection and restoration of connected and diverse habitats and ecosystems throughout Texas.
Speaking at The Conference
3:40 – 4:30 | September 7, 2023
(Panel) Time to Grab the Bull by the Horns: Challenges and Opportunities for a Sustainable Lone Star State
Though wicked problems have no solution per se, this multidisciplinary panel of experts will debate which strategies and policies are more likely to be productive, and why.
- Robert Mace, Executive Director, Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
- Enrique Valdivia, Edwards Aquifer Authority, Board Chair and Director, District 7
- Suzanne Scott, Texas State Director, The Nature Conservancy
Moderator: Andrew Sansom, Founder, Meadows Center for Water and the Environment