Nominations for OUTSTANDING INTRAPRENEUR AWARDS 2022 are now closed. Register for the Global Intrapreneurs Summit and Awards Ceremony to find out who the winners are.
The Global Intrapreneurs Institute is proud to continue our partnership with Feedback Insights, a highly respected Bangalore firm specializing in data gathering and interpretation to be our awards evaluation partner.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2021
Hugo Silva Outstanding Intrapreneur Corporate Sector
For installing bio-reactors with microalgae at Nestles facilities to combat climate change. Let’s hear from Hugo.
Michelle Odayan Outstanding Intrapreneur Corporate Sector
3M SCIENTIFIC AFFAIRS AND EDUCATION TEAM
For setting up a virtual education platform and team for healthcare workers which supported the safe return to surgery during Covid.
Dr Naomi Birdthistle Outstanding Intrapreneur Education Sector
Gold Coast Australia
For designing programs to develop entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial skills in students.
Gabrielle Kempton Outstanding Intrapreneur Education Sector
St. Paul’s School
For her pioneering work in developing the Realms of Thinking program which helps students become innovative thinkers.
Dr. Ruth Knight Outstanding Intrapreneur Education Sector
Queensland University of Technology
For her ‘Tea and Buns’ initiative which is enabling people across multiple faculties and sectors to share research, support wellbeing and build positive connections.
Dr. Isabelle Lagadic Outstanding Intrapreneur Education Sector
Northern Kentucky University
Newport Kentucky USA
For her work in helping STEM students gain access to international exchange programs.
NOT FOR PROFIT
Warwick Merry Outstanding Intrapreneur Not-For-Profit Sector
Professional Speakers Australia
For his voluntary work for Professional Speakers Australia (a membership organisation) in helping speakers and event organisers pivot their businesses on-line when the speaking and events industry collapsed in March 2020 due to Covid lockdowns.
Biheng Zhang Outstanding Intrapreneur Not-For-Profit Sector
For evolving Pollinate Group’s business model when Covid restrictions resulted in a massive loss of revenue for the social enterprise.
Beverley Fray Outstanding Intrapreneur Not-For-Profit Sector
For her initiative to engage and support members in acquiring a wide range of life skills through her ‘Breakfast Cook-up’ program which provides the building blocks to create change and offer hope to vulnerable lives.
Sarah Norman Outstanding Intrapreneur Government Sector
Department of Transport and Main Roads
For leading the way in setting up the Strategic Futures Community of Practice which is engaging and inspiring public sector employees from across government to embrace new ideas and concepts that spark change for the benefit of the community and citizens.
Danielle Smith Outstanding Intrapreneur Government Sector
Logan City Council
For her work in reducing council’s carbon footprint through a wide range of initiatives.