In conversation: Paul Tracey and Simon Dwight
Join us for this ‘in conversation’ event with Hughes Hall Fellow, Paul Tracey, and Hughes Hall alumnus, Simon Dwight (2017, Social Innovation), as they discuss Simon’s innovative work tackling homelessness.
Simon served as the CEO of the King’s Arms Project, a homelessness and refugee charity in Bedford, for eight years and now work as a Specialist Rough Sleeping Advisor in the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.
Paul is Professor of Innovation and Organisation at the Cambridge Judge Business School and a Fellow of Hughes Hall. His work focuses on how entrepreneurs and established organisations create value of different kinds. In 2014, he co-founded the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation and is currently Co-Director. The Centre creates new knowledge about social innovation and social change, offers a Masters degree in Social Innovation, and supports social entrepreneurs through its social enterprise incubator (Cambridge Social Ventures). He has published widely on many aspects of innovation and new venture creation.
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