Matt Scott is a social impact and innovation project manager and storyteller with over five years experience specializing in global civic engagement, social media for social change initiatives, innovation program design and implementation, community management, marketing and communications strategy, micro- and macro-influencer engagement, and capacity building with a strong passion for diversity and inclusion in social impact.
His clients and partners have included well-respected organizations including NASA’s Earth-Science Division and Office of the CIO, Honda, the Australian Government’s innovationXchange, the Alliance for Excellent Education and Digital Learning Day, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute for Standards and Technology, Pivotal Ventures by Melinda Gates, USAID, the UN Leaders Programme, Nike, eBay, Walmart, and the Obama Administration White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
In addition, he is the creator of 180º of Impact, a storytelling project to reverse engineer social change through conversations with 180 change makers and social entrepreneurs worldwide. To-date, he has had more than 50 hours of conversations with nearly 100 people from more than a dozen countries, including the former CEO of PepsiCo, a former White House Correspondent and CNN host turned sustainability storyteller, an MTV social impact and advocacy pioneer, a WWE Hall of Fame pro wrestler-animal activist hybrid, a Victoria’s Secret model advocating for gender equality in tech, a former contestant on CBS’s Survivor turned two-time non-profit founder, a world-renowned 30-year non-profit professional, the Head of Global Impact and Giving at eBay, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services innovator-in-residence focused on lyme disease. 180º of Impact has been featured at the Harvard Social Enterprise Conference and U.S. Embassy in Ethiopia, and is at the heart of Matt’s upcoming film 20s and Change: San Francisco.