Fund a Future
Providing an environment of academic excellence, NDB prepares students to take on the world. NDB graduates are fit for an ever-evolving future, tapping into their intelligence and empathy to meet the moment and rise to any occasion, whether it be treating a patient as a physician, designing a robot to aid in ocean conservation or teaching the next generation of compassionate leaders. Whatever their role, an NDB graduate follows their passion and forever leads with the greater purpose of serving others. This is the power of an NDB education.
Your support makes an NDB education possible for exemplary students who otherwise would be unable to attend NDB due to financial constraints.
We invite you to attend NDB’s Fund a Future Scholarship Benefit event on Wednesday, October 25, 2023 at 5:30 p.m. Join us in support of NDB scholarships while honoring Film Producer Naomi Sablan Scott '90 and celebrating the founding members of Rags 'n' Riches, the pioneers of scholarships at NDB.
Naomi Sablan Scott '90
Film Producer and Keynote Speaker
Named one of the “Top 10 Producers to Watch” by Variety, Naomi Scott has produced award-winning content for film and television. She is a partner in Gettin’ Rad Productions, the LA-based company she founded with her partner actor Adam Scott. Under the Gettin’ Rad banner, Scott was an Executive Producer on Fox’s Ghosted. She produced the feature Other People starring Molly Shannon and Jesse Plemons, which earned four Independent Spirit Award nominations, the Glaad Media Award for Outstanding Film and was chosen as the opening night film at the Sundance Film Festival. Scott has produced two other features, which also premiered at Sundance: The Overnight starring Adam Scott, Jason Schwartzman and Taylor Shilling and Fun Mom Dinner starring Toni Collette and Bridget Everett. Scott started her career in television on the late-night series Jimmy Kimmel Live. Scott is a gun violence prevention advocate and a founding member of the Everytown Creative Council. She also serves as Co-Chair for the Center for Reproductive Rights Los Angeles benefit.
Celebrating the founding members of Rags 'n' Riches, the pioneers of scholarships at NDB.