Scott Boylston is program coordinator and co-author of the Masters in Design for Sustainability at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), and professor of Design for Sustainability. He is the author of 3 books, including Designing Sustainable Packaging, and has published over a dozen short stories in acclaimed literary journals. Scott is President and co-founder of Emergent Structures, a non-profit organization dedicated to the innovative re-use of C+D waste material for community benefit. He is also founder of SCAD’s Design Ethos conference and ‘DO-ference,’ an interactive workshop-based conference that brings together international design practitioners with community leaders in order to address pressing social and economic concerns within the local community. Scott spent a decade as art director in New York City, working with clients including Estée Lauder, Elizabeth Arden, Opium, and Calvin Klein. He speaks internationally on design and sustainability, and holds a masters from Pratt Institute. Scott is a past member of the State Board of Directors for the US Green Building Council of Georgia, and the Savannah Branch of USGBC-GA. He presently serves on the Chatham Environmental Forum.