Scott Fetters began his career in the music industry in 2005 working with the Cutting Edge Music Business Conference and Music Business Institute of New Orleans while attending Tulane University. He joined the Board of Directors of the Chicago Music Commission in 2011, focusing on promoting Chicago as a global music hub and providing resources for local industry growth. In 2013, he helped launch ChicagoMusic.org through a grant from Boeing, creating a virtual hub for Chicago's music industry. He is co-founder and director of 2112, a creative industries incubator located within the 160,000 square foot creative ecosystem of Fort Knox Studios in Chicago. Over the past six years, the 2112/Fort Knox Studios creative ecosystem has become home to over 1,500 professionals working in the creative sector, providing them with intentional community, educational resources, mentorship, and access to capital. In 2020, he founded the Center for Creative Entrepreneurship through a grant from Coleman Foundation, expanding 2112’s educational outreach and empowering creatives at all levels with the knowledge, skills, and relationships necessary for business success. He was also a founding board member of Sharing Notes and currently sits on the Ambassador’s Board of Chicago Children’s Choir..