Leading social change and fighting for equal pay
Tuti Scott Bio
Tuti is dynamic, fun, interactive, engaging and thought provoking. She is the Ellen DeGeneres of women's philanthropy and the Ann Richards of social justice. Her topics range from leadership to social change to gender lens investing to women in sport with plenty of inspiring topics in between. She is known for her ability to customize a speech for an audience and offer them specific action items and take aways. During the past year, Tuti spoke at the ESPNW Summit, awed audiences at the Women Moving Millions conference, as well as represented Women Win at the United Nations as part of a World Cup (men's) panel discussing peace, development and sport.
Tuti has been a featured speaker at the Women's Funding Network's international conference on a host of organizational development topics. Many women's funds such as The Women's Fund of Iowa, The Miriam Fund and The Jewish Women's Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago have had Tuti speak to empower their membership on collaborations, branding, advocacy and philanthropy. Tuti crafts her speeches from her life experiences as an athlete, coach, work at the Women's Sports Foundation and the founding of her consulting firm, Imagine Philanthropy, and its work with clients.