Shonda Yvette Scott, CEO

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In 2006 Shonda Scott, CEO, created 360 Total Concept, headquarters in Bay Area, as part of the solution, providing services to organizations needing program management support in communications, contract compliance, logistics and general management support. Shonda Scott uses her over two decades of business experience to assist clients with “Turning Concepts into Reality” 360’s client list is diverse providing public relations, management and contract compliance support to school districts, television stations, public officials from New Jersey to California, real estate developers to the world’s largest railcar builder, and one of the world leading technology firms. With offices in Oakland, Los Angeles and Washington DC, Shonda Scott’s 360 team covers it all: education, transportation, facilities, and beyond.

Shonda was selected as a 2018 Alameda County Women’s Hall of Fame Inductee, named Enterprising Women of Year in 2017 by Enterprising Women Magazine, and in 2016 Stevie Award Female Entrepreneur of the Year Recipient. Ms. Scott also served on President Obama’s Platform Committee in 2012, and The White House Council for Women and Girls inaugural committee of community leaders. Based on her civic and community leadership, in 2006 Congresswoman Barbara Lee recognized Shonda as a CBC Young Leader.

In addition to her entrepreneurial and civic work, Ms. Scott is the executive producer and host of a talk show, Spotlight with Shonda Scott, which highlights the unsung heroes and hidden gems in the Bay Area featuring guests such as the City’s Mayor, Ambassador Andrew Young, Congresswoman Barbara Lee, many officials and award winning entertainers.

To help address the healthcare disparities in urban communities, Shonda founded The Pink Access Foundation, a non-profit cancer foundation that uses creative approaches to bring awareness and raise funds to support organizations providing services to cancer survivors in underserved communities. As part of the foundation’s 2013 awareness campaign, Shonda co-produced Our Journey: A documentary story of inspiration, triumph and cancer awareness.

Shonda is honored to have served on: Chair of the Alameda County Human Relations Commission, Vice President of Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) of Northern California, Board of Directors for Bishop O’Dowd High School, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Bay Area Board, CAL Berkeley and UCLA Alumni Associations Lifetime Member.
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