Challengers & Icons: Creativity to Inspire Change

A global interview series powered by Pearlfisher, Challengers & Icons™ features the world’s brightest and most successful business leaders who understand the need to harness creativity, design and bold ideas to create success.

Recent interviewees for the series include Dave Kyrejko, Co-Founder of NY based Industry City Distillery, James Fairbank, Head of Central and Brand Marketing at Rapha, David Butler, VP Global Innovation at Coca Cola and Jo Malone, CBE & Founder of Jo Loves.

Challenger & Icons Season 2. Episode 9: Hugh Evans, CEO & Co-Founder of the Global Poverty Project.

Founded in 2008 by Hugh Evans and Simon Moss, the Global Poverty Project is an international education and advocacy organization working to end extreme poverty by 2030. Prior to founding the Global Poverty Project, Hugh was a leader in the Australian Make Poverty History campaign and set up the Oaktree Foundation, an Australian-based non-government organization that provides aid and development to countries in need across the Asia Pacific and African regions. Hugh was named one of the ‘most creative people of 2014’ by Fast Company.