About Scott OverpeckScott Overpeck is a creative leader with a heart for contextualizing movements of justice, advocacy and compassion to his surroundings. He is the founder of Intersection Creative Strategies, a consultancy advising social enterprises and non profits on communications as it relates to marketing, fund raising and commerce. Additionally he sits on the board of Renewing Hearts; helped found Laundry Love Santa Ana; and leads 511, a small creative community in Santa Ana. Scott lives in Orange County, California with his wife and two sons. He enjoys tacos, unicorns and American Idol.
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- Laundry Love Santa Ana’s One Year Anniversary September 13, 2010
- Dreams and Goals — Intro September 13, 2010
- Homeless ATM in Santa Ana March 17, 2011
- Dreams and Goals — Week Two September 22, 2010
- Support Santa Ana families while shopping for the holidays November 23, 2010
- Santa Ana Soaps now available in North Orange County! March 9, 2013
- A New Vendor for Santa Ana Soaps February 7, 2013
- Launching Santa Ana Soaps September 20, 2012
- Humanitarian Day in Santa Ana August 3, 2012
- Santora Arts Building Birthday July 9, 2012
- Art Walk April: [...] out later, but my camera battery had died by...
- year end giving guide 2011: [...] their community and the world. They are the ...
- The future of 511 | 511 Santa Ana: [...] SUBSCRIBE TO THE FEED VIA E-MAIL Movie N...
- Chinny Chinny Bang Bang: Too cute! LOVE!...
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