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Listen to Natalie Campbell’s conversation on Lessons From Lockdown: The Podcast
The joys of going for a walk for the act itself, not as a means of transportation between meetings, and of impromptu garden concerts
What it means to her to be a social entrepreneur and why she is so passionate about helping people
The elements she wants to keep from this moment: humanity, community, togetherness, sharing and a consciousness that we’re not invincible
If you change the system, people react and respond; she shares her thoughts on a few changes we can make to the system for a better tomorrow
‘We’re not on our journey to save the world but to save ourselves. But in doing that you save the world. The influence of a vital person vitalises.‘
– Joseph Campbell, The Hero’s Journey
Focus on creating the best life for you as possible, focus on your own feel-good and happiness. And it’s impossible for you to not then help other people or make the world better as a result.
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Natalie Campbell is an award-winning social entrepreneur and broadcaster. She is CEO of Belu Water, the UK’s most ethical water brand.
Prior to this Natalie led on insight and innovation for The Royal Foundation and co-founded A Very Good Company (AVGC), a global social innovation agency that worked with brands (Virgin Media, Marks & Spencer, W Hotels and Channel 4) on embedding purpose and sustainability practices.
As a non-executive director, she chaired the Nominet Trust and National Council for Voluntary Youth Services (NCVYS) and she was on the board of UnLtd, the Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs, for 10 years.
In addition to her role with LEAP, the Mayor of London’s economic action partnership, she is a Civil Service Commissioner, board member of the Big Lottery Fund and the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC).