About This Episode
Michael speaks to Paul Lindley OBE, founder of the leading organic baby food brand Ella’s Kitchen and now chair of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights in the UK. A passionate campaigner for health, human rights and happiness, Paul shares his journey from a childhood in Zambia that inspired him to “Keep Smiling”, his entrepreneurial experience with Ella’s Kitchen, and how Robert F. Kennedy’s speeches inspired his own activism.
Paul Lindley OBE
Paul Lindley is an award-winning British entrepreneur and children’s welfare campaigner. He founded organic baby and children’s food brand Ella’s Kitchen in 2006, and is an author of a best-selling book Little Wins: The Power of Thinking Like a Toddler. Since exiting Ella’s Kitchen in 2018, he has remained an active campaigner as Chair of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights UK, co-founder of social enterprise The Key Is E alongside musician and social activist Emmanuel Jal, Chair of the London Child Obesity Taskforce, trustee of the Sesame Workshop, and founder of enterprise competition Just IMAGINE If.