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Tom Scott

Title Director, Global Brand and Innovation
Organization Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Tom Scott is the Director of Global Brand and Innovation at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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Calling All #MillennialChangeMakers

Today, we launched the 4th Cannes Chimera Initiative creative competition, and with it, the opportunity to become our partner as we embark on a new challenge: inspire Millennials to be part of the generation that eliminates global health and development problems for good.

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Wanted: Creative Superheroes to "Do Good"

Today, in partnership with the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity, we are launching the Cannes Chimera Initiative, to help change the global conversation about tough development problems.

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Interview: Oxfam and Gates Foundation Discuss How We Change the Conversation About Aid

We’ve got two major objectives we are trying to accomplish here. The first is specific and relatively straightforward. It’s right there in our tag line: “Don’t cut aid; it’s working”. The point is that our aid has a measurable impact on improving lives and fighting poverty and injustice.

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Aid Is Working. Tell the World.

We put a call out to the world asking for creative ideas to help change the narrative of global development, and to highlight stories of success: Aid is Working: Tell the World.

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President Clinton to Creative Community: Help Tell The Story of Aid

Can the advertising community help build a better world? According to former President Bill Clinton, the answer is a resounding yes. At a packed session today before thousands of attendees at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity (the world’s biggest festival for creative professionals), the president called on the industry to use its collective knowledge to work on issues that can make a difference.

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