Dr Belinda Bell
Activator | Input | Responsibility | Communication | Arranger
I’m a social entrepreneur with experience in establishing, supporting and growing organisations that bridge the public, private and third sectors; alongside extensive experience within academia.
I designed and led the University of Cambridge‘s support programmes for social enterprise which provide training, advice and support for extraordinary social entrepreneurs.
Alongside my non-executive roles at Peace Direct and Mermaids, I am a member of the University of Cambridge’s Carbon Offsetting Working Group. Previously I have been involved in establishing and growing a number of social ventures.
My work is informed by a rigorous evidence-based underpinning and I have contributed to academic research and writing at the University of Cambridge. I hold a Doctorate from Middlesex University, a Masters Degree in Community Enterprise from the University of Cambridge and a Bachelors degree in Social Anthropology from Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Taking care of business
Has social enterprise proved it is not fit for purpose?
Belinda wrote this article for the RSA in September and proves thought provoking for all social entrepreneurs.