Scott Fetz

Fetz, Scott

Hometown: Waimea, Hawaii

High School: Hawaii Preparatory Academy

Major and Minor: Business Management and Marketing

Scott Fetz graduated from Hawaii Preparatory Academy in Waimea on the Big Island of Hawaii. Scott was President of the Service Learning Advisory Council and President of the American Red Cross Club. He was a Student Ambassador at HPA and the creator of Free Hug February which promotes love, unity, and acceptance on campus. Scott was an intern with Senator Brian Schatz’s office and volunteered with Child and Family Services, the Jonathan Dale Miller Foundation and at a local retirement home where he wrote the manual and new training program for prospective volunteers to increase efficiency of the training process. As Executive Service Learning Coordinator of the Executive Student Council at HPA, Scott reorganized the entire structure of the club coordination and interaction on campus and improved the way students log community service hours throughout the year.

SU Experience

Scott will graduate from Seattle University in June 2018 as a Marketing and Business Management double major and Entrepreneurship minor. Scott is Co-President of Seattle Enactus, an entrepreneurship club that works to empower communities through economic development and innovative business practices. In addition to Seattle Enactus, Scott is the VP of Finance for Seattle University's American Marketing Association (AMA) Club and is Sullivan Leadership Program Scholar. In the greater community, Scott has served as the Marketing and Business Development Committee Chair on the Board of Directors for MiMi Globe Goods' Refugee Artisan Initiative, a nonprofit that economically empowers Seattle based Immigrants and Refugees. Over the last three years, Scott has held internships with Butch Blum, Seattle University's Office of Annual Giving, ADW Acosta Sales and Marketing, and at the Nordstrom Corporate Headquarters. After graduation Scott will start full-time at Nielsen Market Research on their Innovation Team in Boston.