Mary Michelle Scott, President of Fishbowl, has helped several of Utah’s most prominent high-tech firms progress from incubation to national and global leadership status. She has served as president of Fishbowl, the leading provider of inventory management software for small businesses since January 2011. Scott played a key role in Fishbowl's successful company buyback during May of 2011, a year in which Fishbowl also experienced an overall growth rate of 70%. She is co-creator of the Courage Above Mountains (CAM) Center and CAM Foundation that serves as Fishbowl's social and corporate responsibility arm, providing business incubation space and digital learning programs for small businesses in the Utah community. She is a frequent speaker and writer on business leadership and human resource topics, most recently becoming a contributing columnist for Harvard Business Review. Scott serves at Utah Valley University on the Executive Foundation Board of Directors.
Scott has been a champion for women in business since the early 1990s and finds ways to improve woman owned businesses in her community through the CAM Foundation. She helped grow Certiport from a startup to a global training and certification provider for Microsoft, Adobe, Intuit and other companies. These certification courses have trained countless small business employees on crucial business software programs.
Scott is a highly skilled leader whose work style and focus epitomize gentleness, compassion, work ethic and a fierce passion for helping to improve the lives of others. She has a heart for social responsibility and directs Fishbowl’s many annual projects that grow the Utah community. Although her accomplishments are monumental, she is soft-spoken and strongly inclined to focus her efforts on building and highlighting the accomplishments of others.