Scott Webb is the Advocacy and Policy Director for Turtle Island Restoration Network and its local arm, the Salmon Protection & Watershed Network. He leads campaigns ensuring stronger protections for oceans and watersheds. Growing up near the Northern California Coast, Scott fell in love with all things water at a young age. Pursuing his interests, he completed a B.S. in Hydrologic Sciences and Policy at UC Santa Barbara. During that time, he enjoyed working with the Surfrider Foundation, Goleta Water District, and Point Reyes National Seashore Association, furthering his passion for protecting our coasts and rivers. Prior to his time at Turtle Island, Scott worked in the non-profit environmental space, focusing on providing equitable access to clean water in developing nations. During the 2020 campaign cycle, he leaped into electoral politics, eventually leading him to manage organizing efforts for a congressional campaign in Arizona. When not at the office, you can find Scott surfing, trail running, playing music, or at Giants games.