Tabitha Scott of Epic Pivot Accepted into Forbes Business Council

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August 16, 2022

Epic Pivot, a leading values-driven consulting firm focused on human-centered innovation, today announced that one of its partners, Tabitha Scott, has been accepted into the Forbes Business Council, an invitation-only organization for successful executives.

Scott’s selection by a review committee is based on the depth and diversity of her experience. Criteria for acceptance includes a track record of positively impacting business growth metrics, as well as personal and professional achievements and honors.

As a member of the Council, Scott has access to a variety of exclusive opportunities to publish on, including contributions to expert panels and authoring business-related articles. Members can connect and collaborate with other executives in a private forum and at members-only events. 

For more than two decades, Scott has led corporate innovation and sustainability initiatives for corporations, nonprofit organizations, and individuals. She assists leaders in identifying their personal and organizational potential, while leveraging innovation and technology to help create progressive business models, developments, and investments.

At Epic Pivot, Scott and her colleagues have a vision guided by answering, “What makes transformations fail today? Why are people leaving their jobs in droves, and how can companies position themselves in an environment of accelerating change?” They help companies be authentic, take responsibility, and make the leap, and Epic Pivot believes that every organization must authentically own its outcomes, shadows, and actions, or they risk extinction.


About Epic Pivot 

Epic Pivot is on a mission: Make business a force of good in the world – and show organizations how they can thrive through purposeful transformation. Through a mix of human-centered design, insights, organizational design, and strategic methods, Epic Pivot provides a framework to work with companies who want to make a positive difference in the world and do well by doing good. Learn more by visiting

Beth Wilson