Trey Scott is a Principal Planner in the City of Central Falls. His interested in Urban Planning was sparked by witnessing his neighborhood, Bedford-Stuyvesant, undergo rapid transformation. He would later move to the Hampton Roads region of Virginia, and draw parallels between the gentrification in Virginia and New York. Furthermore, Trey was concerned with lack of diversity in the Planning profession and how planners historically altered the landscapes of communities of color without their engagement. He attended undergrad at Norfolk State University in Norfolk, VA and graduate school at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA.Trey’s major passion is to promote equity through design, policy, and initiatives that takes account of the needs of all citizens.