Natalie Kyriacou is the Founder and CEO of My Green World, the Creator of World of the Wild mobile game app and the Director of Dogstar Foundation Australia. She has enjoyed a rich and rewarding career as both a wildlife advocate, social entrepreneur, Corporate Social Responsibility Director and freelance writer. She is a member for the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and former Board Member for the University of Melbourne’s Animal Ethics Committee in the Department of Veterinary Sciences. In 2015, Natalie was responsible for the global ban on elephant rides by Australia’s largest travel wholesaler, Tempo Holidays, and was profiled as one of the 50 leading conservationists in the world in Lori Robinson’s anthology, Saving Wild (foreword by Jane Goodall). In 2015, she was recognised as Australia’s 2015 ‘Social Pioneer’ by the Foundation for Young Australians, Griffith University’s ‘Finalist for the Outstanding Alumni of the Year Award’, and a Finalist for the ‘Victorian Young Achiever Award’. Natalie is committed to fostering a collective environment for change, mobilising the international community to participate in matters of global concern through youth-focused education programs and unique technologies.
The Future of Volunteering
Learn about the volunteering issues facing not for profits and how you can help solve this through non-traditional engagement... Welcome to the future of volunteering in Australia.