Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.

  • Ami Shpiro

    Ami Shpiro

    Ami is a serial entrepreneur and an advocate of innovation. In 2009, he conceptualised a model for a community of collaborating start-ups, now known as Innovation Warehouse. He worked extensively with the large system integrators, in International Telecoms, Utilities, and Computer Services projects. He co-founded numerous commercial enterprises in a variety of markets. More recently, Ami founded Innovation Warehouse Capital, an angel collective comprised of a group of London-based entrepreneurs and investors that focuses and operates uniquely from within Innovation Warehouse premises at Smithfield, London.

  • Jeremy Bradshaw

    Jeremy Bradshaw

    Jeremy is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer and holds an MBA from INSEAD. He worked in hi-tech electronics and then moved to BP, where he held a number of commercial, business management and external affairs roles. His last position at BP was Ethics & Compliance Director for the Exploration and Production division, when he rolled out BP’s new Code of Conduct and specialised in embedding anti-bribery and corruption processes in challenging business environments. Jeremy was Co-founder and Executive Director of a charity supporting communal music-making for disadvantaged children in the developing world. He plays the violin in two London orchestras and is a member of their management teams.​

  • Nik Hartley OBE

    Nik Hartley OBE

    Nik has spent most of his adult life living and working in humanitarian contexts. He spent the last decade building an agency aimed at transforming development by challenging the assumptions of foreign-led aid and instead training a generation across Africa and Asia to lead humanitarian responses in their own countries – perhaps most famously working with 2000 young Sierra Leoneans to lead the front line of the Ebola crisis. As well as joining Reboot the Future's board, Nik is presently the CEO of a national charity - the Spinal Injuries Association - is on the Board of a Homeless charity and a director and governor of his local state school.

  • Amanda Jenkins

    Amanda Jenkins

    Amanda is the Chief Impact Officer at 10x - with extensive commercial, educational and volunteer experience within and outside the third sector in the UK and internationally. After completing her degree in German, Amanda spent the next decade in Lloyd's Insurance Market, followed by senior roles with two New York law firms. She has established her own Family Foundation and assists on the board for Teach for All. Her passion is tackling inequality among the younger generation and women.