It’s little more than a year since Samantha Cable graduated from Miami Ad School with the Golden Paw Award in her hands. But she has already won:
2016 Shortlist: One Screen Film Festival
2014 Winner: Australian Stockvertising Writing Competition
2014 Winner: Miami Ad School Full Copywriting Scholarship
2013 Winner:Australian Young Writers Festival
And she was listed in the Top Five Emerging Writers at the 2016 One Screen Film Festival.
Cable is now also a finalist in The Global Awards 2016 Young Globals student competition & internship program.
The finalists are:
- Samantha Cable, Phone Zone, Australia
- Rajath Ramamurthy, A Sleeve to Remember, Miami Ad School, USA
- Wilen Aloe, Brian Hodes, Pilar McQuirter, Antonia Perez, and Sarah Vonderhaarr, Eat Smart, Columbia College Chicago, USA
Cable, who is currently a junior copywriter at Leo Burnett Sydney, also did in 2015 creative copywriting internships at Serviceplan in Germany (4 months) and Cutwater San Francisco (3 months).
She is now in the running for a Global Award and the offer of a paid internship in healthcare advertising.
“Our goal is to make healthcare advertising a destination career, one that attracts the world’s brightest and most creative young talent. That won’t happen by creating a student competition alone,” explained Robin Shapiro, Global Awards chairperson and president/chief creative officer, Corbett USA.
“What makes the Young Globals unique is the prize for those who are selected as winners, a paid internship at a leading healthcare agency. We are grateful to McCann Health and Ogilvy Healthworld for a creative brief this year that inspired Global Award-calibre thinking.”
The Young Globals finalists will now be interviewed by the chief creative officers of The Global Awards Young Globals sponsoring agencies, Jeremy Perrott, global chief creative officer, McCann Health and Scott Watson, chief creative officer of Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide.
The 2015 Global Awards partner sponsors, McCann Health and Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide will mentor the emerging young creatives by providing padi internship opportunities for a minimu of one month to this year’s winning teams.
Winners will be announced in the coming weeks. To learn more about the Young Globals competition click: here.