In a nutshell: Cambridge graduate, always worked in food & hospitality, strategic communicator, creative thinker, PR lecturer, foodie, veg gardener , wife, mum.
Bucket list: See the Northern Lights
Most memorable meal: Fresh caught Emperor fish at Soa Roque, Lagos, shared with extended family as the sun went down
In a nutshell: A food PR for 20 years; food issues and technical PR expert; interiors, food and wine lover, Olive magazine subscriber; mum of two.
Bucket list: Visit Chile.
Most memorable meal: At the Capezzana Vineyard in Tuscany. It was the food we made in the morning in the cookery school – butternut squash soup, tempura artichokes, tagliatelle (home made of course) with kale pesto, duck breast in grape sauce with french beans, almond tart and lots of chianti classico!
In a nutshell: Award-winning journalist, foodie, charity fundraiser, mum of three and cricket fan. Bit of a gardening nerd!
Bucket List: To live by the sea.
Most memorable meal: At a beachside shack on a deserted road in the Seychelles nearly 30 years ago – quite possibly the blueprint for today’s ‘street food’. Seychellois spicy fresh fish cooked to order straight out of the sea.
Senior Account Executive
In a nutshell: Journalism graduate, foodie, fan of salted caramel and smoked salmon. I enjoy the fresh air, long summer evenings, white wine, watching food vloggers and reading anything by Ian McEwan.
Bucket list: Travel to Thailand, America and Russia before I have children
Most Memorable Meal: Kleftiko – Scuna restaurant overlooking the water in Skiathos – to die for!
In a nutshell: Politics and International Studies graduate, Master of Gender and International Relations. Foodie, Yogi, beauty junkie and massive F1 fan.
Bucket list: Follow the Formula 1 championship around the world for a year.
Most memorable meal:
In a Nutshell: Language graduate with years of experience in the FMCG sector. Now a mother of 2 cheeky monkeys, yoga addict, food, wine and sunshine lover.
Bucket List: Take a road trip around the USA with my husband.
Most memorable meal: Lamb and broad beans cooked in dill and olive oil in the Cretan hills. There was only one menu choice at this tiny taverna but it was amazing!