Kendra, specifically. As the only female guest shark for Season 12, Scott—the creator and CEO of her own jewelry and home décor line—enters the competitive seas of ABC’s “Shark Tank” on Friday (8 EDT/PDT). On Friday’s episode, she appears alongside regulars Barbara Corcoran, Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, and Kevin O’Leary. With a claimed net worth of $510 million, Scott recently ranked No. 47 on Forbes’ list of “America’s Richest Self-Made Women,”
surpassing Beyoncé, Ellen DeGeneres, and Taylor Swift. Scott, 46, claims that she launched her company in a spare bedroom that measured 10 by 11 feet in 2002. Scott filled orders she had sold after delivering her samples in a teal box to boutiques in Austin, Texas while holding her firstborn son Cade, who was just a few months old at the time.
Kendra Scott: Who Is She?
Scott is the founder and CEO of the jewelry brand Kendra Scott. She has been married twice and has three children. With her first spouse John Scott, she has two kids. In 2006, they got divorced. In 2014, she wed Matt Davis, and the two of them later welcomed a kid. In 2020, the couple got a divorce. The 47-year-old woman launched her business in 2002 with just $500, a few months after the birth of her first kid.
After ten years, she started to take outside investments. The business has expanded and now has more than 100 outlets in the US and is worth more than a billion dollars. The business is based in Austin, Texas. Both Bloomingdale’s and Nordstrom carry her jewelry. She is one of Forbes’ America’s Richest Self-Made Women and was named EY Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017. Scott Serves as A Regular Judge on Shark Tank on Abc. Blake Mycoskie, Alex Rodriguez, and Daniel Lubetzky are other recurring judges.
What Is the Net Worth of Kendra Scott?
Forbes estimates that Scott has a $510 million net worth. Her jewelry business is mostly what makes her valuable. According to Forbes, Scott established her first company at the age of 19, a hat shop in Austin, Texas. However, it failed to turn a profit and shut down after eight years.
Early Life and Career
In Kenosha, Wisconsin, Kendra Scott Was Born. Her Family Relocated to Houston, Texas, Where She Attended Klein High School until She Was 16 Years Old. Scott “following a Boy” to Texas A&m University Where She Fell in Love and Studied for A Year Before Leaving at Age 19 to Move to Austin, Texas, to Assist with Her Ailing Stepfather.
The Hat Box, a Company Scott Founded, Specializes in Cozy Hats Made Specifically for Women Undergoing Chemotherapy. Scott Raised Money for Cancer Research by Selling “comfortable yet Fashionable” Items. Scott Started Producing Jewelry at Home in Austin, Texas, Before Opening Her Own Company.
On June 24, 2000, Kendra Scott, Formerly Baumgartner, Wed John Scott. Before Getting Divorced on August 22, 2006, They Had Two Kids. in Sedona, Arizona, on June 6, 2014, Scott Wed Again to Matt Davis. Together, They Have One Child.  in September 2020, They Got Divorced.
Scott Got Into the Tank Because She Wanted to Support Other Female Business Owners. She Enthusiastically Exclaims “Girl Power!” on Friday’s Program as Elly Gheno Is Promoting Her Intimates Subscription Service, Bootay Bag. Scott Raises Her Fists in The Air as She Learns that The Company Made $3 Million in Sales This Past Year.
Scott and The Sharks Are Marketed as Go Oats
“Sister, I Agree! You’re Fantastic! “she Exalts. “that’s Incredible!” “How You Used the Power of Social Media to Create What You Did with $300. It’s Incredible how You’re Igniting a Movement Around Your Company.” Scott and The Sharks Are Marketed as Go Oats, a Snack Made with Peanuts, Navy Beans, and Brown Rice, as well as P-Nuff Crunch, a Portable Snack Made with Oatmeal Balls, in Addition to Bootay Bag.
Although the Sharks Made Her Feel at Home, Scott Couldn’t Help but Experience Anxiety as He Heard Her First Pitch. My Stomach Was Flipping, and I Think My Hands Were Shaking,” She Claims. It’s a Really Threatening Environment to Be In, with A Tense Group of Strong Sharks.
She Became “more and More Comfortable” During the course of The Recording in A Studio in Las Vegas, and By the Time the Session Was Over, She Wasn’t Ready for It to Be Over. She Describes the Experience as “truly a Pinch-Me Moment, and One I Will Never Forget.” I’m sure I’ll Treasure that Memories Forever.