Scott Wolf is a Partner at the Miller/Hull Partnership, recipient of the 2003 AIA National Firm Award. Scott is a sustainable design leader and has been responsible for many of Miller/Hull’s most complex and highest profile projects, including the firm’s two AIA National Honor Award winners: Olympic College Shelton and the Point Roberts Border Station. He is also responsible for the financial management of the practice, and is currently developing “The Business Case for Sustainability” – a tool to assist clients in demonstrating the economic benefits of making more sustainable long-term decisions on their projects. Scott has a passion for water issues and is on the Board of Directors of Water 1st International, a Seattle-based non-profit working to address the global water & sanitation crisis. He also recently served as chair of the recent AIA Seattle Water Forum, bringing together architects and engineers with regulatory agencies and other industry professionals to discuss the challenges of water, wastewater and stormwater systems. Scott is a graduate of North Carolina State University and earned his Masters in Architecture from the University of Oregon.