Natalia Peryazeva

Social entrepreneur
Doctor of Social Work and Business Administration
Member of BMW Responsible Leaders and Bosch Alumni Network
Entrepreneurship
Head of IT companies, social entrepreneur, expert on the development of women's entrepreneurship and social business.
Social sphere
Since 2010 – social entrepreneur in the field of organizing children's leisure and education. Since 2015 – in the field of social services for the elderly.
IT-business
Head of the companies for creating and supporting business automation software (in the automotive and social sectors), ERP and CRM systems for more than 15 years
Awards
Winner in the nomination "For personal contribution to the development of social entrepreneurship"
Winner in the nomination "From fairy tales to true stories" - for a systematic approach to the development of emotional ties between generations and an open search for new sustainable practices
Special nomination of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation "The best social project created by a woman"
Badge of Honor Volunteer of Russia
Prizewinner of the contest "For Contribution to the Development of a Harmonious Society"
SAP UP 2016
Prizewinner of social startups contest
Winner of the competition and grantee to the Startup Academy of Skolkovo
Successful Mom Competition 2016
Winner in the nomination "Mom is a Social Entrepreneur"
Cinema festival «Lampa — 2019»
Winner in nomination «1+1» for the film «Nurse»
The Guest Lecturer at the SKOLKOVO Business School, RANEPA, HSE University, MSLU, EBS, etc.
Speaker, expert, teacher, facilitator
Forum "Society for All Ages", Russia (organizer - Charitable Foundation of Elena and Gennady Timchenko)

Perm International Forum of Volunteers, Russia

European Business School, Germany

"Heroes Near Us" Project, inFocus International Conference in the UN, Geneva, Switzerland

III Forum "Accessible Cultural Environment" 2019, Russia

Healthy Society Forum 2019, Russia

Social Impact Award 2017, Russia

Working group Beyond Un(Emloyment) Robert Bosch Foundation by Impact Hub Moscow 2017

KinderMBA Children's Business School, Russia

Silver volunteer program "Respond! Restless", Russia

Made by Mom - Made in Russia

Program "PRO Women" Rybakov Foundation 2017, Russia
Education
Doctor of Social Work and Business Administration
Professional degree
Moscow State University of Foreign Languages named after Maurice Thorez
Higher education
Russian State Tax Academy of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, Lawyer in Taxation
Higher education
Psychological counseling and psycho-diagnostics: technologies for the implementation of practical assistance
Professional retraining
Preschool pedagogy. Parenting and development of children in preschool educational organizations
Professional retraining
Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
Professional retraining
Pediatric neuropsychology
Professional retraining
Clinical psychology in gerontology
Professional retraining
Sweedish Institute
Management Programme
International educational program
Ashoka Visionary Program
International educational program

Short films

The film "The Nurse" is dedicated to a very necessary profession, which is not appreciated enough in our country. Many people, in particular medical workers, often do not consider nurses as people, but we should not forget that this is very hard work. "The world has lost its humanity," says the main character of the film, Marina Fedorova, a nurse in the assisted living for the elderly "House at the Park". It is very important to make people understand that it is necessary to respect and appreciate the work of such people, because we all will be old one day.

Producer – Natalia Peryazeva
Film director – Arina Chasovskikh
Throughout the short film "Friendship without Borders" the main character Zhenya Afonin tells about his friend with whom he has so much in common. However, it later becomes clear that a "friend" means all the guests of the assisted living for the elderly "House at the Park". The film shows that friendship between the younger and older generation is not only possible, but also necessary! Seniors need help and attention, and children, in turn, learn to understand and empathize.

Original authors: Natalia Peryazeva & Elena Kapura
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