Our ambassadors

Our ambassadors share our vision of enhancing life chances and brain health through nutrition, and support our work to empower people to think through nutrition and make positive changes.


Prue Leith, CBE, DL

Prue Leith is a well-known restaurateur, caterer, television presenter and broadcaster, journalist, cookery writer and novelist.

She has published a number of books, including Leaving Patrick, Sisters, A Lovesome Thing, The Gardener, Choral Society, A Serving of Scandal, Memoir – Relish: My Life on a Plate, The Food of Love, Book 1, Laura’s Story, and 12 Cook books including Leith’s Cookery Bible with Caroline Waldegrave.

She has appeared on a number of television series including Best of British, Take 6 Cooks, Tricks of the Trade, Great British Menu, and Bake Off.

She has received a number of awards and honours, including being made a Commander of the British Empire in 2010 (following the award of an OBE in 1989) and the Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London in 1998.

She was the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman of the Year in 1990, and has been awarded Honorary Doctorates from a number of universities including Warwick, Thames Valley, City, Greenwich, Manchester, Oxford Brookes, North London, Salford, Queen Margaret College Edinburgh and The Open University.

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Rick Stein, CBE

Rick is an English chef, restaurateur, author and television presenter. He has written 19 cook books and his autobiography, made 25 cookery programmes, and has also cooked for The Queen and Prince Philip, Tony Blair, Margaret Thatcher and French President, Jacques Chirac.

Rick is best known for a love of fresh seafood and made his name in the 1990s with his earliest books and television series based on his life as chef and owner of The Seafood Restaurant in the fishing port of Padstow in north Cornwall. As he said at the time “nothing is more exhilarating than fresh fish simply cooked.”

Since then he has expanded his horizons to cover numerous journeys over the world in search of great dishes, and also increased his business empire.


Lady Emma Fellowes, LVO
Honorary Fellow

We have a long-standing relationship with Lady Fellowes. She is the niece of Lord Henry Kitchener, a former President and Trustee who was associated with us for over 20 years. She supports us along with a variety of different charities.

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