Matt Scott is a social impact storyteller passing the mic to the changemakers who often go unheard. Day-to-day, Matt leads storytelling at the world's leading climate solutions resource Project Drawdown. In 2017, he founded inclusive impact storytelling project Let's Care, where he's interviewed 100+ underrepresented changemakers, and released the pilot film "20s & Change: San Francisco," as recognized in the San Francisco Black Film Festival and available at www.lets.care/film.
From 2016-2020, Matt served as the global community lead and storyteller for the world's largest global hackathon, NASA's International Space Apps Challenge, engaging 100,000+ people in 150+ countries, while also collaborating on projects with Nike, USAID, Walmart, Pivotal Ventures by Melinda Gates, the United Nations, and the White House. Over his career, Matt has reached half a billion people in the digital space, all while shining a light on issues including identity, belonging, blackness in the workplace, sexual violence, youth social innovation, and grief and loss.
Matt, a George Washington University alumnus, is also a podcaster with the No. 1 reality TV podcast network Rob Has A Podcast, a youth social innovation mentor and council member with LearnServe International, a board member with mental health non-profit SUPERBANDS, and a community moderator for the 25,000+ person Option B grief community.