I feel living in Birmingham is a real blessing for me. Many businesses here are very committed to a true triple-bottom line approach of people, place, and profit.

Social entrepreneurism is one of the main reasons that Eric Martin Scott chose to live in Birmingham, Alabama over other cities such as New Orleans or Austin, Texas.

After graduating with a Master of Liberal Arts in Management from Harvard University and graduating Cum Laude from the Southern University Law Center, he began seeking diverse communities on the cutting edge of social entrepreneurism and found Birmingham to be home. He has since been heavily involved in Birmingham’s technology community and has been building a successful client base from local entrepreneurs and growing businesses.

Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, Southern University Law Center, Baton Rouge, LA
+ Certificate in Public Law
+ Certificate in Mediation
+ Senior Editor, Southern University Law Review
+ LexisNexis & WestlawNext Research Certified

Master of Liberal Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Bachelor of Arts, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA

+ Alabama State Bar
+ Birmingham Bar Association
+ American Bar Association
+ Phi Alpha Delta
+ American Inns of Court

Certified 40 Hours Mediation Training, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service.
2013 Selectee, Thurgood Marshall Leadership Institute, Washington D.C.
2012 ABA Torts and Insurance Practice Section Essay Competition Winner: “An Overview of Professional Directors and Officers Liability in Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Planning.”
Completed workshops and seminars in leadership with the Harvard Negotiation & Leadership Conference, the CDC Foundation, REVBirmingham, and Alabama Association of Nonprofits.
Received Certificates of Completion from the Internal Revenue Service’s Tax Basics for Exempt Organizations and the Foundation Center.