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The MSt in Social Innovation attracts a vibrant community of students, faculty, Fellows of the Centre for Social Innovation, and a range of external practitioners who engage with the programme during the residential weeks.

Browse the below tabs for a list of the staff* involved in the delivery of the programme and to hear what our students have to say about the programme.

* This list could be subject to change due to new appointments, sabbatical leave, sick leave or other unforeseen circumstances.

The faculty at Cambridge Judge Business School are energetic and international thought-leaders. Our lecturers inspire through their domain knowledge as well as their diverse cultural backgrounds, and keep in touch with students long after the programme. We practice an informal and collegiate communication style. Apart from teaching on this programme, the faculty also teach on the MBA and Executive MBA programmes and train executive audiences. 

Programme team

Dr Neil Stott

Dr Neil Stott

Programme Director

Faculty (Reader level) in Management Practice
Co-Director of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation

Professor Paul Tracey

Professor Paul Tracey

Professor of Innovation & Organisation

Co-Director of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation

Soussan Shahriari-Zavareh

Soussan Shahriari-Zavareh

Business Development & Programme Manager

Ana Jan

Ana Aranda Jan

Teaching Associate

Chloe Gayer-Anderson

Chloe Gayer-Anderson

Programme Coordinator


Philip Stiles

Dr Philip Stiles

University Senior Lecturer in Corporate Governance

Khaled Soufani

Dr Khaled Soufani

Faculty (Professor level) in Management Practice

Yasemin Kor

Professor Yasemin Kor

Beckwith Professor of Management Studies

Jennifer Howard-Grenville

Dr Jennifer Howard-Grenville

Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies

Simon Stockley

Simon Stockley

Senior Faculty in Management Practice

Belinda Bell

Belinda Bell

Programme Director of Cambridge Social Ventures

Dr Jochem Kroezen

Dr Jochem Kroezen

University Lecturer in International Business

Gen Maitland Hudson

Dr Gen Maitland Hudson

Head of Evaluation and Impact Assessment of the Power to Change Research Institute

Visit Gen's profile on the Centre for Science and Policy website

Michelle Fava

Dr Michelle Fava

Co-director of the ‘Thinking through Drawing’ project

Visit Michelle's website profile

Thomas Roulet

Dr Thomas Roulet

University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory

Matthew Grimes

Dr Matthew Grimes

Reader in Organisational Theory & Information Systems

There is no typical MSt in Social Innovation student. Our cohorts are characterised by a fair gender balance and include students from across the world and of ages ranging from 22 to 60 years old and above. Their professional experience is also very diverse, including entrepreneurs and middle to senior level leaders in NGOs, public bodies, and the private sector.

In this section we interview candidates to the MSt in Social Innovation from the first cohort (2016/18).

Aida Bekele

Aida, who has been based in Berlin during the course of her studies, aims to use the knowledge gained through the Masters to create a space where social innovation can be incubated and accelerated.

Watch Aida's video

Khoi Cao-Lam

Khoi is a lawyer in Melbourne, Australia, and is also involved in a community health organisation. He is interested in exploring multi-sector collaboration as a framework to identify solutions to issues occurring in the public sector.

Watch Khoi's video

Jessica Rose

Jessica is the Director of Development at Cambridge Judge Business School. The programme is helping her to gain a new perspective on how to utilise the corporate sector better to influence social change through philanthropy.

Watch Jessica's video

Register interest

Want to register your interest in the programme or do you have a query or question for us?

Submit query/register interest

Alternatively you can call us if you have a query:
+44 (0) 1223 765205

The Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation is always available to meet and provide advice to prospective candidates.