Zan Dubin Scott developed her media and public relations expertise largely as a staff writer for The Los Angeles Times, where she reported and wrote features and breaking news stories, specializing in the visual and performing arts. She founded her company after 15 years with The Times.
As an environmentalist, Dubin Scott has used her media and marketing expertise to help promote clean transportation and alternative energy use, most notably in the documentary film, “Who Killed the Electric Car.” She is one of many grassroots activists in the film and helped to organize and execute some of its key media events and other activities.
Dubin Scott is a co-founding board member of Plug In America, the nonprofit plug-in vehicle advocacy organization, and its communications director. She formerly sat on the board of Green Depot, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising public awareness and use of renewable energy sources. She also developed an expertise in healthcare public relations and marketing by working with large metropolitan hospitals and physician groups and is the recipient of a Vesta Award, which honors women who have made significant contributions to the arts in Southern California.
Dubin Scott’s house is equipped with a solar thermal system for hot water and a 3.0 kW solar photovoltaic array.