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WEAll Talk: Unlocking Real-World Superpowers Through Storytelling

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Published on February 01, 2023

Why do stories matter when it comes to making an impact? In our next WEAll Talk, happening on February 23 at 4 p.m. UTC, hear from Matt Scott, founding director of storytelling and engagement at the global nonprofit climate solutions resource Project Drawdown, about his work “passing the mic” to climate heroes that often go unheard. In this talk, he’ll share insights from his work – including learnings from his time as global community lead and storyteller of the world’s largest global hackathon with NASA and interviewing 100+ changemakers worldwide through Let’s Care  – to help you consider the importance of stories in achieving the impact you pursue.

About Matt Scott

As Director of Storytelling and Engagement at Project Drawdown, Matt Scott focuses on passing the mic to those who often go unheard in the climate space. Inspired by human-centered design, Matt shapes and implements the organization’s strategy for climate solutions storytelling. Previously he worked at SecondMuse, as global community director and storyteller of the world’s largest global hackathon—NASA’s International Space Apps Challenge—engaging over 100,000 people in over 150 countries. While building what’s been called the U.S. government’s largest citizen diplomacy initiative, he also worked with the Australian Government, Pivotal Ventures by Melinda Gates, USAID, the United Nations, Nike, Walmart, and the Obama White House.

Event details

Date: February 23, 2023
Time: 4 p.m. UTC

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