07 March 2024, 18:30 – 19:15

PaTHways Seminar on Extrapreneurship with Natalie Norouzy (2020)

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  • LocationStephen Hawking Room, Trinity Hall
  • CostFree of charge
  • Booking closing dateThursday, 07 March 2024 12:00pm
  • Event typeSeminar

Join us for this PaTHways Seminar on Extrapreneurship with Natalie Norouzy (2020, Business Studies) and find out more about the critically important role of social innovation in tackling the climate crisis.

This seminar examines the roles of social extrapreneurship and technology in helping to navigate the complexities of climate change and advancing sustainable practices. First, the concept of social innovation and its typologies: social entrepreneurship, social intrapreneurship, and social extrapreneurship will be presented. Then, the role of social extrapreneurship strategies in mitigating carbon emissions, fostering collaborations that extend beyond the boundaries of a single organisation will be explored. Finally, by integrating technological solutions with such strategies, an innovative perspective on how to address the complex sustainability challenges that organisations face will be offered – thereby, emphasising the benefit of utilising technology in social innovation to create more sustainable business practices and advance towards net-zero.

Please join us in the Stephen Hawking Room at 18:25, ready for a prompt 18:30 (GMT) start. Book now and save your space.

Natalie Norouzy

About Natalie Norouzy

Natalie is a sustainability consultant with a deep passion for driving innovative solutions in sustainability and net-zero. She holds a Master of Studies in Social Innovation, an MBA, and a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering. Her diverse professional journey has spanned across key sectors including finance, pharmaceuticals, oil and gas, government, and telecommunications, with international experience in the UK, Ireland, and Australia. At the heart of Natalie’s expertise is her focus on sustainability – a field where she merges technical skills with strategic insights. Her expertise in sustainability spans from carbon accounting software design to strategic supply chain management, aiming for impactful carbon reduction and net-zero targets. Natalie’s Master’s research focused on strategies for decarbonising supply chains, a topic she has also presented at a recent international conference. This research underscores her commitment to integrating innovative practices in environmental sustainability with business processes.

Trinity Hall Entrepreneurs Network (THEN)

This event is proudly offered by the Trinity Hall Entrepreneurs Network. THEN has been launched to encourage entrepreneurship amongst Trinity Hall members, compliment the work of the University Enterprise Network and raise the profile of the College through increasing engagement with the sphere of innovation and entrepreneurship. Funds are available to support those in our community who are starting out and pursuing new ideas. For established social entrepreneurs we partner with the Judge Business School to offer the Cambridge Social Innovation Prize.

Bookings

Please book via the online registration form by 12noon, 7 March 2024. You will receive an email reminder by 15:30 on the day of the event. If you do not receive this email, please check your spam box before contacting us. If you have any queries, please contact Oleno on careers@trinhall.cam.ac.uk.