Scott Mizée, Board Member

Scott Mizee

“I love design and I love architecture, which has been said to be frozen music.”

-Scott Mizée

Scott Mizée is a bike commuter with a particular fondness for cargo bikes, musical theatre, and water skiing. He was born and raised in Kalispell, Montana and in college he spent a year on exchange at Virginia Tech then graduated from the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho. His Bachelor of Architecture degree wasn’t the only thing he left Idaho with, he also met his wife Lisa there. After college, they moved to Portland where they now have four children ranging from early elementary age to high school.

Scott is a caring member of his community who says he loves “building relationships with people, either in my neighborhood, at my kids school and sporting events, or at my church.” He’s been on the board of the University Park Neighborhood Association a couple of different times over the years and serves through his church, Imago Dei Community. He helped co-found npGREENWAY in 2004 and enjoyed working with his neighbors toward the goal of filling in a large gap in the 40-Mile Loop from the Eastbank Esplanade through St. Johns, to the confluence of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. Scott joined the 40-Mile Loop Land Trust Board in February 2012 after stepping down from npGREENWAY.

Scott is a LEED Accredited Professional with over 15 years experience in the Architecture, Design & Construction industry. He has a strong background in developing and presenting design concepts to clients and coordinating information with other design and construction professionals.