Scott is a graduate of the University of Southern California School of Dramatic Arts. In Los Angeles, Scott worked with Inside Out Community Arts, an organization that bridges cultural, geographic, and differently-abled boundaries to support at-risk youth with art programs aimed at teaching creative and cognitive skills to better overcome life challenges. During his tenure, Scott received The President’s Volunteer Service Award. Since moving to Portland, Scott has discovered a passion for permaculture. He has studied sustainable landscaping at Portland Community College, supported The City of Portland Parks & Recreation Community Gardens program, and trained through Oregon State University to become a Metro Master Gardener. Scott enjoys eating, reading, writing, acting, hiking, biking, martial arts, getting out into nature, participating in The PDX Time Bank, growing The Montavilla Food Co-op, and staying active in causes relevant to social, economic, and environmental justice.
Sean was born a lover of life. After loving life for a little too long, he graduated to adulthood in 2001 by getting married and beginning a journey to become a more enlightened and socially active individual. For five years, he traveled and learned extensively and loved life even more. Sean earned his BA in Social Science from Sacramento State University in 2004, and two teaching credentials from that fine institution by 2006. In over a decade of teaching, Sean has taught US and World History, Physical Education, Government, Economics, Leadership, AVID, and Restaurant Careers at several wonderful schools in Northern California. Sean has also been honored to serve as Student Activities Director, club advisor, basketball coach, and “All the Single Ladies” dancer. Throughout his experience in education he values most the relationships he has enjoyed with his students and fellow educators. Now with three children, Sean is living and loving a more enriched and hectic life. He loves to play, build, and explore. He has sworn to leave this world a better place than when he arrived.