Hi. I am Scott. You have stumbled across my personal website. Probably by mistake no doubt.
I get the opportunity to do what I love every single day. Through my company I work with non profits and social enterprise businesses helping them to increase their effectiveness. Additionally, on the boards and councils I am on I get to approach things from a different angle. In Santa Ana, I help lead a couple community based efforts geared towards bringing people together and inspiring creative, local solutions. My family is my number one priority and our family mission statement is the basis on which we make all of our decisions.
Please know that my thoughts are always my own, and do not represent any company, organization or other entity that I am connected to, whether by contract or personal affiliation.
Enough of all that. Here is a bit about who I am. Click “ things I do” for more details.
Scott Overpeck is a creative leader with a heart for contextualizing movements of justice, advocacy and compassion to his surroundings.
He is the founder of Intersection, a consultancy advising social enterprises and nonprofits on communications as it relates to marketing, fundraising and commerce. In this capacity he has helped organizations from the startup stage all the way on up to established $50m organizations raise more money, craft better programs and be better communicators.
Additionally he sits on the board of Orange County Educational Arts Academy; helped found Laundry Love Santa Ana; leads 511, a small creative community in Santa Ana; and is on the Leadership Council for Mind Research Institute.
In both his roles as a leader in changemaking organizations and a consultant to changemakers, he is always an outspoken advocate for better communication, design and storytelling as well as always keeping real life humans at the center of every decision making process. By continually immersing himself in all sides of the social change sectors, he is able to bring fresh insights to the table.
Scott is a contributing author to Create Culture: thoughts on branding for humans and is the author of the upcoming Create Good: the case for creativity in the social sector.