Scott Oki

Serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist, philanthropist, author and community activist, Scott Oki aims to marry his passion for philanthropy and entrepreneurship in ways that encourage others to do the same. Oki has founded or co-founded 18 non-profit organizations including Japanese American Chamber of Commerce, Boy Scout Scoutreach Foundation, Outrageous Learning Foundation, Densho, TheParentsUnion.org, SeeYourImpact.org, Sounders For Kids, Seattle Parks Foundation, Executive Development Institute, America’s Foundation for Chess, First Tee of Greater Seattle, Microsoft Alumni Foundation, Social Venture Partners and Seattle Police Foundation.

Prior to founding his most current ventures, Oki Developments and The Oki Foundation, Oki founded the international division at Microsoft and served for 10 years in a variety of executive positions, including as Senior Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Service. Oki serves on dozens of advisory boards and boards of directors for both for-profit and not-for-profit companies, including United Way, Million Dollar Roundtable, University of Washington, Children’s Hospital Foundation, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Japanese American National Museum, U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team Foundation, Boy Scouts of America, Microsoft Alumni Foundation and the National Science Center. Oki earned both his MBA and bachelor’s in accounting and information systems from University of Colorado.

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Scott Oki

Scott Oki