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Sustainability campaigner. A competitive napper, dumpling maker and roller skating wannabe.

Sustainability campaigner. A competitive napper, dumpling maker and roller skating wannabe.



Co-founder & CEO


Jo is a food waste and sustainability campaigner and entrepreneur. Jo has worked with public and private organisations like  Sainsburys and Unilever on cutting food waste and advising on sustainable development.

Jo was awarded a special “Women in Food” award by the Mayor of London in 2019 and named on Forbes 30 under 30 2021 Europe in the Social Impact category.

Sports-mad, with a love for all things food.



Operations Lead

Adam has recently moved over from Dublin, Ireland. Having finished up a master’s in food business management and technology. Adam has prior experience with sustainable ventures from his time back in Ireland. He is looking forward to utilising skills from his previous experiences to help people shift towards a more sustainable way of consuming. 

animal lover, and aspiring baker.



Design & Ops Intern

Emily is a second year Materials Science & Engineering student at Imperial College London.
With a passion for advocating living green (no, not just because it’s her favourite colour), she is motivated to drive sustainable change through implementing accessible, and innovative solutions.
When not in labs or handling numbers, Emily loves to explore the world through people, foods, and travel.

Tech whiz, photography addict and food lover. 



Social Media  & Marketing Intern

Omar is a first year Electrical & Electronic Engineering student at Imperial College London.
His admiration for sustainable living combined with his creativity for digital media and photography led him to work alongside CauliBox to help spread our message to the world.  
Omar enjoys outdoor activities, video production, food photography and getting messy with electronics.

Our Advisors


Kajal Sanghrajka

Founder and Director, Growth Hub Global

Kajal is currently leading the London School of Economics’ first ever accelerator programme supporting 15 early stage businesses focused on profit and purpose. She is the Director of Growth Hub Global where she supports European companies and universities to grow globally leveraging her own experience starting and growing a business internationally.

She is a Churchill Fellow researching immigrant entrepreneurship and start up ecosystems and writes a monthly editorial The Transatlantic Post on innovation and entrepreneurship. She holds a BSc in Economics from the London School of Economics and an MBA from Columbia Business School.

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John Atcheson 

Co-Founder/CEO of Sellalong

John Atcheson is Co-Founder/CEO of Sellalong, a social enterprise dedicated to ending consumer waste by making circularity a part of every retail purchase. Prior to Sellalong and its predecessor company, Stuffstr, John helped to launch Getaround, a pioneering leader in peer-to-peer car sharing, and served as Founder/CEO of several media-related startups, including MusicNet, the first interactive music service.


Additionally, John has served as board chair of Sightline Institute, a leading sustainability think-tank based in Seattle. John holds a BA in Economics from Brown University and an MBA from Stanford Business School.


Dr. Tianqi Li

Sustainability Scientist

Dr Tianqi Li is an internationally recognised sustainability scientist with a decade’s experience in bridging the sustainability knowledge gap in policy and business practices, providing climate change advice and consultancy that maximises effective adaptation and drives positive change within companies, governments and non-profits.


Born in China, Tianqi holds two pharmaceutical patents and a PhD degree from Newcastle University. She has an outstanding record in forming high-yield partnerships, leading program design, performance management, as well as driving strategic initiatives and evaluating their impact.


She advised HM government on industrial strategies, and the European Commission on setting Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) guidelines.