UK team - B Lab UK

B Lab UK team

B Lab UK is a charity founded in 2015 to advance the B Corporation Movement in the UK.  Meet our talented and dedicated team and find out about some of the B Corps that inspire us!

Interested in joining the team?  Scroll down to see our current vacancies. 

*B Lab UK is an Accredited Living Wage Employer

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    Adam Spink

    Customer Success Coordinator

    I love Skandinavisk, a founding member of the B Corp Beauty Coalition that recertified in 2023, scoring 30pts higher! My fave scent is SKOG – I close my eyes, inhale deeply & imagine wandering through a forest, surrounded by nature’s beauty & calmness

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    Annie Olivier

    Head of Growth

    Our over consumption of clothing is fuelling an environmental and human rights crisis- but clothing brands like UK based Baukjen are modelling a new way of doing business. A commitment to slow fashion, carbon neutrality, and ethical supply chain management are challenging industry norms.

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    Bibiana Tellez-Garside

    Finance & Operations Coordinator

    I find Easthall Farm so inspiring! They encompass what it means to be a B Corp: conserving heritage, enhancing biodiversity, supporting local economies and increasing wellbeing for those who live locally.

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    Callaway McCarren

    Engagement Coordinator

    I'm a big fan of BrewGooder and their commitment to creating a more inclusive brewing industry through their Work in Progress initiative, including their undergraduate scholarship for students of colour on Heriot-Watt University's Brewing and Distilling course.

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    Catherine Draper

    Community Engagement Manager

    Stories about the impact created when B Corps meet and collaborate across industries and sectors, motivate me every day. Yala Jewellery's approach to supply chain transparency and relationship-building is particularly inspiring!

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    Cecily Green

    Communications Intern

    Graze are on a mission to help people make more sustainable food choices and are constantly working on how they can boost their positive impact. Plus their snacks are delicious!

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    Chris Turner

    Executive Director

    If I have to choose I would say COOK. I’ve spoken to countless business leaders who have been inspired by COOK - by the profound commitment to mission than runs through every part of the business and its leadership.

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    Debbie Thackary

    Impact Manager

    World of Books are pioneers in the re-use and recycling of unwanted books, reusing around 12 million books and recycling about 80 million books each year, an equivalent saving to 500,000 trees.

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    Donna Henry

    Head of Finance

    Abel and Cole are my choice. Provider of good quality food. I love that they work with a range of smaller producers. Giving opportunity to lesser known brands. Sustainable delivery is important to them - reusing their delivery boxes. They also offer recycling for items not widely recycled.

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    Eilish Kavanagh

    Director of Finance & Operations

    As well as delicious peanut butter, I think Whole Earth are great pioneers and leaders – producing planet-friendly food for decades.

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    Ellie Adamson

    Communications Coordinator

    A difficult decision but... I find it inspiring how Divine Chocolate's mission goes beyond selling delicious chocolate. It is committed to fighting exploitation in cocoa supply chains and is co-owned by its Ghanian farmers, meaning they receive a share of the company's profits.

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    Ellie Passingham

    PA and Leadership Administrator

    Innocent Drinks have always stood out for me. On top of making their products recyclable and sustainable, they create meaningful collaborations and skill building with consumers and charities which benefit those causes and the planet.

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    Grace Matthews

    Community Intern

    The Body Shop seeks to transform the beauty and retail industry by aligning with the B Corp community and the Beauty Coalition. They are challenging themselves to be a better business through activism on animal testing, launching bottle refill schemes, and open hiring to remove bias in their hiring process.

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    Hana Kidy

    Product Coordinator

    I admire Just As You Are (JAYA) for the way it advocates conscious habit building to empower young women through entirely sustainable skincare. It's doing a wonderful job of disrupting the beauty industry in a constructive way!

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    Hannah Reiss

    Head of Communications

    I’m a big fan of climate pledge platform, Do Nation, and the story about how the B Corp community reignited the company in its earlier days (check out our blog). I love the mantra that small actions can make a big difference.

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    Harriet Eldridge

    HR Lead

    For me, Triodos Bank is inspiring as it embodies the B Corp ethos. Every pound spent is a vote, and this is at the heart of Triodos' values and mission to make change.

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    Isabel McLennan

    Impact Coordinator

    It's got to be Y.O.U Underwear, who are on a mission to change the world one pair of undies at a time! They support a range of great causes and have an impressive BIA score of 160.5!

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    Jacqueline Gunn

    Head of Community

    It has to be COOK - their RAW Talent programme helps people into work after prison or homelessness, and their delicious food has been a lifesaver in my first year as a parent!

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    James Ghaffari

    Director of Growth & Product

    For me it's Kin + Carta. B Corp is about leaders, and as the first B Corp on the London Stock Exchange, they're leading by example...other companies will follow in their footsteps!

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    James Kelly

    Business Sustainability Analyst

    I love the story behind Belazu's origins and the Belazu Foundation's work ensuring disadvantaged children have access to education and healthy food. I'm also a big fan of their harissa pastes!

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    Jane Wells

    Project Manager - B Corp Festival

    The B Corp that gets my vote is House of Baukjen, a family run clothing brand on a mission for change in the fashion industry. Actively fighting 'fast fashion' as well as campaigning for better practices in the industry. I'm a real advocate for some of the timeless pieces on their website too!

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    Joanna Adjetey

    Engagement Manager

    Greyston Bakery - their Open Hiring concept is so inspiring and has given many people a second chance in life. Plus, they supply Ben & Jerry's cookie dough - what's not to love?!

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    Kyle Soo

    Partnerships & Product Manager

    One+all, a Greater Manchester-based schoolwear company, live and breath B Corp values. They are also great advocates in the region, promoting change across different business networks.

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    Laura Pitkin

    Head of Operations

    Wild is on a mission to remove single-use plastic from personal care products. Their natural deodorant comes in refills made of compostable bamboo pulp, and I love my refillable deodorant case. As well as diverting waste from landfill, they have also planted over 300,000 trees.

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    Lucy Brown

    Business Sustainability Analyst

    Too Good To Go connects users with surplus food from businesses at a discount price - that would otherwise go to waste. It's innovative and benefits everyone involved, including the planet! Their Instagram account also has super useful tips on eating seasonally and saving food waste at home.

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    Lucy Hall

    Campaigns & Events Coordinator

    For me it has to be Chilly's who are on a mission to accelerate the adoption and everyday use of reusable products. I’m rarely without my mini bottle!

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    Maisie Tildesley

    Marketing Manager

    Oddbox is definitely one of my favourites. They are on a mission to reduce food waste helping save the planet with every bit of wonky fruit and veg! It also challenges me to get adventurous with my cooking!

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    Megan Dacey

    Content Coordinator

    It's so hard to chose as I'm a fan of so many! I would have to go for Who Gives a Crap - not only do they deliver eco-friendly toilet roll to your house, but they donate 50% of profits to help build toilets and improve sanitation in the developing world.

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    Mhairi Littlewood

    BBA Campaign Manager

    Oddbox rescue 'wonky' fruit and veg from going in the bin - I love their delivery boxes which contain a surprise mix of veggies and encourage me to cook new things whilst helping reduce food waste.

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    Miranda Cooper

    Business Sustainability Analyst

    I'm a fan of Equinox Kombucha, a B Corp local to me, producing delicious organic kombucha. Sustainability is at the heart of their mission and I admire their support for local causes in the Calder Valley.

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    Nicole Benghiat

    Certification Manager

    4ocean's mission to clean up plastic is so important. They've already removed 8 million kgs of rubbish, plus they give lots of great tips on how to live sustainably.

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    Rosalind Holley

    Director of Marketing, Communications & Campaigns

    Madlug are a luggage company with a 'buy one, give one' model that helps give dignity to children in care. They make great bags and I love their story and impact.

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    Saffy Mahmood

    HR Assistant

    One of my favourite B Corps has to be Evolve Organic Beauty. Evolve is an excellent example of how a business can prioritise both its people and the environment. Their exceptional practices serve as a powerful inspiration for others in the industry!

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    Sam Oulton

    Engagement Coordinator

    Toast is a really inspiring B Corp. They combat food waste by using surplus bread to brew fantastic beer and donate their profits to fix key issues in our food system.

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    Sharnique Williams

    Finance officer

    Tony’s Chocolonely inspires me the most not only because of my love for chocolate but for their mission to make themselves & other chocolate brands 100% slave free. They raise awareness of child labour & slavery.

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    Tom Ebbutt

    Director of Impact

    Elvis and Kresse who have led the way on making beautiful, circular-economy products. Their fire-hose notebook is on my desk right now.

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