Natalie Kyriacou named in top 100 Australian innovators list


The Australian have produced their second The List: Australia’s Top 100 Innovators celebrating the Australian entrepreneurs, founders and companies that are helping drive our nation forward.

Making this year’s list is entrepreneur and environmentalist, Natalie Kyriacou OAM.

Kyriacou, who received the Medal of the Order of Australia for her work in the environmental space is a multi-award winner and founder of My Green World, a social organisation dedicated to educating and encouraging positive youth participation to help charitable initiatives in wildlife and environmental conservation.

In a tweet, the founder and PwC management consultant said she was “humbled” to be on the list.

The Forbes 30 under 30 (2018) honouree is also the creator of the mobile game app, World of the Wild, which allows young people to take part in virtual wildlife conservation scenarios.

In addition to being the Australian Director for the Sri Lanka-based animal welfare NGO, the Dogstar Foundation, she is also responsible for the global ban on elephant rides by Australia’s travel wholesaler, Tempo Holidays.




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