Shonda Scott


Shonda Scott has been recognized by national and international organizations as a business leader. Internationally by The Stevie Awards as the Female Entrepreneur of the Year. Nationally by Enterprising Women Magazine as 2017 Enterprising Women of the Year, and by NCNW, an historic national organization founded by Mary McCleod Bethune, as the Business Woman of the Year in the Bay Area.

Oakland City Council and Alameda Board of Supervisors each recognized Shonda for her civic duty and work as a County Commissioner.

Congresswoman Barbara Lee named Shonda Scott as Congressional Black Caucus Young Leader.

Shonda was awarded the Public Service Award as Founder of The Pink Access Foundation by The Town Political Action Committee.

East Bay Small Business Council, a council that advocates for small businesses, awarded Shonda with Small Business of the Year 2009-2010 and Woman Owned Business of the year 2012.

And in 2018, Shonda was inducted into the Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame, one of the county's highest honors.