Scott Norton serves as CEO and co-founder of Sir Kensington’s, best known for making condiments with character. With a mission to reimagine ordinary and overlooked foods with fearless integrity and charm, Sir Kensington’s has become an integral offering at the leading retailers and restaurants across the country. With a rallying cry to abandon all bland, the company is personified in a fabled English gentleman, who serves as muse and mascot.
As certified B Corporation, Sir Kensington’s culture champions values-driven innovation and works to defend the dignity of food. In 2017, Sir Kensington’s was acquired by Unilever to join a family of global food brands and help define the future of good food and good business.
Scott has been named one of Fast Company’s “Most Creative People in Business” and listed on Forbes’ “30 Under 30.” Previous to founding Sir Kensington’s, he began his career at Lehman Brothers in Tokyo and traveled across 23 countries in Asia on a folding bicycle. Scott is an alumnus of Brown University and a member of the University’s Advisory Council on Entrepreneurship. As an angel investor and mentor, he advises purpose-driven startups in food and technology.