Pam Scott is the founder of the Curious Company. An industrial designer by training, Pam is driven to work with communities to create solutions to the challenges they face. Inspired by the strong belief that everyone is creative, much of her work centers around architecting and leading collaborations to unlock and build the creative capacity of groups and individuals. For over 30 years she has worked as a strategist, designer, advisor and board member for mission-minded companies and NGOs alike. A long-time practitioner of Human Centered Design, Pam has a keen eye for insights that inspire innovation and a passion for leading diverse teams to develop radically fresh solutions to sticky challenges.
Social Sector Experience: The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Caring for Colorado Foundation, The Colorado Health Foundation, Global Citizen Year, IDEO.org, Leadership Public Schools, Marin Community Foundation, Population Services International (PSI), Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Skoll Foundation, Smithsonian Institution, Stanford University, Students First.
Private Sector Experience: Discovery Channel, General Motors, kate spade, Levis, Method Home, Mini Cooper, Nike, OLLY, Porsche, Science Channel, Unilever.
Speaking Engagements: Aspen Institute, Clinton Global Initiative, Devex, Georgetown School of Foreign Service, Harvard Kennedy School, Stanford University d.school, Business and Medical Schools, Social Innovation Summit, U.S. Department of State, Young Global Leaders.