Anglea Malik | The Future of Food

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After qualifying as chartered accountant with KPMG Angela trained as a classical chef at the prestigious Leith’s School of Food and Wine where she is now a guest lecturer. As an entrepreneur she built and successfully raised institutional funding for her various online and multi-site deli/cookery school businesses. Angela now advises global hospitality, retail and leisure companies on their future strategy. She is also studying for an MBA at the world-famous Imperial College in London. Angela was appointed to the London Food Board in 2017, advising Mayor Sadiq Khan on the future food habits of people who live and work in the capital.

Angela is a vocal activist on the gender pay gap, diversity and inclusion in hospitality and tech industries. She is an international key note speaker, a regular panellist on BBC Radio4’s The Kitchen Cabinet and is frequently invited by ITV and Channel 4 to share her insights into the food industry. She is also the first Indian woman to appear on BBC2's Great British Menu.