FareShare CEO on Evening Standard Progress 1000 list

10 September 2016

10 September 2016

Lindsay Boswell, CEO of FareShare

We’re delighted that FareShare’s Chief Executive, Lindsay Boswell has been included on the London Evening Standard’s Progress 1000 list of influential Londoners, for leading the charity’s work to tackle food waste and UK hunger.

Named as one of this year’s Equality Champions, Lindsay was in prestigious company on a list that also included the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Stephen Fry, David Beckham, Livia Firth and various other campaigners and charity sector luminaries.

The Evening Standard said: “Boswell is passionate about fighting hunger and food waste, connected problems which London urgently needs to solve.”

You can read more about the Progress 1000 Awards and see the full list of this year’s Equality Champions on the Evening Standard website.