Meet the Team

zoe tyndall - ceo

After graduating, I began my career with OxFizz in it's very early days as the third full-time staff member. After completing a six-month placement, I went on to work for BritainThinks, a leading research and communications agency for 4 years. I then moved in to social investment - in Haiti, as Head of Portfolio and M&E for Nobel Peace Laureate Muhammad Yunus' fund Yunus Social Business; and then in the UK, with Charities Aid Foundation's social investment fund, Venturesome. 

I had stayed involved with OxFizz in a voluntary capacity for many years, and having read thousands of social enterprise business plans, always thought OxFizz had a brilliant model with enormous potential, so jumped at the chance to return as CEO in late 2016. 

Outside OxFizz, I am Chair of Trustees of Seenaryo, an arts and education charity working with Syrian and Palestinian refugees in Lebanon; and The Advocacy Academy, an organisation supporting young people from marginalised communities in South London to become political activists and campaigners.

I am always happy to chat about OxFizz - please don't hesitate to get in touch on

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lee robertson - volunteering coordinator

I’m Lee, and I joined OxFizz as Volunteering and Charities Coordinator in 2017.

I’m a recent graduate in Human, Social and Political Sciences from Selwyn College, Cambridge - having previously been a pupil premium student. During my time at university I was heavily involved in student politics, campaigning on LGBT issues and eventually becoming JCR president.

Our volunteers are a fantastic, high-achieving, interesting group of recent graduates working across a range of industries. The heart of my role is making their experience volunteering with us as enjoyable and impactful as possible. I manage volunteer communications, organise volunteer events and socials, and liaise with the excellent charities our volunteers fundraise for.

I’m always happy to chat about volunteering at OxFizz - please don’t hesitate to get in touch on

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Bronte cook - schools and parents LIAISON

I’m Bronte and I have been working with OxFizz since September 2017, moving to work with the core team OxFizz in April 2018

I graduated in Law from Selwyn College, Cambridge and continued onto postgraduate study in Mental Health Law and Ethics.

Whilst at university I held the position of Disabilities and Mental Health Officer on the College JCR, and spent a lot of time campaigning for mental health charities and currently run a blog the focuses on mental health awareness (I’m sure you can see the theme)

At OxFizz I'm the Schools and Parents Liaison Officer which means I am the main point of contact for our clients. I can be reached at

Meet the Board