Tiwanna Scott-Williams, BSN, RN
Tiwanna Scott-Williams is a Registered Nurse turned Chef and Owner of The PearlFlower Brand. A Cleveland native, and graduate of Ursuline College Tiwanna has been committed to serving her workplace and community. After working as a full-time nurse for 10 years, inspired by her two grandmothers, Pearline Scott and Delores Flowers, she decided to start her own business, PearlFlower Catering. PearlFlower Catering grew to be become a premiere catering company in the Greater Cleveland area, while Chef Tiwanna worked full time as a Cardiothoracic-Surgical nurse.
In 2018, Chef Tiwanna was the winner of the Core City Cleveland Impact program, which is designed to help entrepreneurs transform communities through growth of the entrepreneurial ecosystem. She was later chosen as one of three local chefs featured in the Launch Test Kitchen located inside of the Quicken Loans Arena for the 2018 Cleveland Cavaliers basketball season. This partnership led to a her journey of becoming a restauranteur; opening two Pearl's Kitchen locations: Pearl's Kitchen Ohio City and PK @ CWRU. Chef Tiwanna is a featured Chef Partner with Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, and you can find Pearl's Kitchen on the Main Concourse during professional games and special events.
Her desire to provide the best service and experience for all of her past, current and future clients goes beyond the kitchen. She is also a member of The James Beard Foundation, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., The Northern Ohio Women's Business Center and The President's Council Business Center.
Tiwanna is known to be an open book among her peers and a great career mentor to many. Each year PearlFlower donates to several organizations across the region.
The PearlFlower Brand is proud to have earned a Better Business Bureau Certification A+ rating.
Tiwanna's first and most important job is being mom to her daughter, Tristan.