Scott T. Rupp
Commissioner Scott T. Rupp was sworn in as Commissioner at the Missouri Public Service Commission in April of 2014. Previously he served two terms in the Missouri State Senate from 2006-2014, and two terms as a State Representative from 2003-2006.
Before his career in public service, Commissioner Rupp founded a college preparatory company, Educational Funding & Financial Aid Specialists, in which he assisted parents of high school students in preparing their children for college. Having held his securities licenses, Scott also founded the investment firm Rupp & Associates along with a mortgage brokerage called Educational Financing Company, which specialized in loans for parents of college-bound students. Upon his election to the Missouri Senate, he sold his businesses and took a position with UMB Bank in Missouri, where he served as vice president of business development, specializing in commercial lending.
Commissioner Rupp serves on the Energy and Environment, Critical Infrastructure, and International Relations committees at the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC). He is also a member of the North American Numbering Council.
Commissioner Rupp earned his MBA from Lindenwood University and his Bachelors degree from the University of Missouri.