Scott Beckerman

Senior Vice President and Director of Corporate Sustainability

Comerica



Scott is a Senior Vice President and Director of Corporate Sustainability for Comerica, Inc. As Director of Comerica’s sustainability program, Scott leads the bank’s enterprise-wide strategy and commitment to conduct its business and operations in a way that enhances the well-being of people and the communities in which Comerica does business. Scott works with colleagues throughout the bank to develop and execute programs and initiatives that eliminate waste, capture operational efficiencies, improve environmental performance and demonstrate the value of socially and environmentally responsible behavior.

Before becoming Sustainability Director, Scott was the manager of Comerica Bank’s Environmental Risk Management Group. He was responsible for evaluating environmental risk and transactional due diligence for a wide variety of real-estate-based financial transactions, with concentrations in industrial properties, petroleum facilities, automotive dealerships and brownfield redevelopments.

Currently, Scott is on the Board of Governors for the Environmental Bankers Association, a member of the executive committee of the National Brownfield Association—Michigan Chapter, chairs the Environmental Affairs Committee of the Michigan Bankers Association, and participates in various regulatory advisory/stakeholder groups for the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.

Prior to joining Comerica, Scott worked as a consulting engineer with experience in the many facets of environmental due diligence, brownfield redevelopment, compliance and remediation. Scott holds a master’s degree in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering and a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, both from the University of Michigan. Scott is also a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) and LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP).