Todd Sampson

Todd Sampson is a Canadian-born Australian documentary maker, businessman and television presenter. He came from modest beginnings and entered university on a full scholarship, studying biology and economics and then completed an MBA at just 24.

Todd was the national CEO of Leo Burnett Australia, which was ranked as the world’s 7th most creative company. He is also the co-creator of the famous Earth Hour initiative, which reaches over 1.4 billion people in over 5500 cities.

He was the breakout star and co-host of the hit ABC television show The Gruen Transfer, a regular host on Channel 10’s The Project and has featured on CNN and Sky News.

Recently, Todd was a ‘human lab rat’ in a ground-breaking science documentary series ‘Redesign My Brain’, which won the ACCTA Award for Best TV Documentary of the Year and is now being shown around the world on the Discovery Channel.

The Financial Review and News Limited ranked him as one of the most influential executives in Australia. He has won CEO of the Year twice and has featured on the cover of BRW magazine.

He’s also climbed to the summit of Mount Everest, unguided.

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