Cofounders & Fund GPs


Logan Sullivan



Logan held some of the senior-most roles in the humanitarian sector: Coordinator and Representative of one of the world’s largest INGO consortia; Middle East Advocacy Advisor for nobel laureate INGO; Global Campaigns Lead to tech-4-good INGO; Country Director; Disaster Response Logistician; etc.


He left the sector in order to found and run a few social impact initiatives: Impact Giving Fund, Impact Giving Advisors, Impact Certified, Global Citizen Mentoring, IMPACTivism, Rational Compassion Masterclass, and Third Bottom Line. He continues to speak, lecture, produce thought leader content.


Logan advises/mentors for Oxford University Innovation, many high-impact nonprofits, social startups, coalitions, individual changemakers and academic programs. He also co-authored the global standards guidance documents for impact assessment, monitoring, evaluation, learning and contextualization used by all humanitarian UN agencies, NGOs, donors, etc. worldwide.


He studied business, economics, organizational change and international law at top universities on 5 continents, and designed and instructed the top-rated critical thinking course on the world’s largest online course platform.

Outside offices, Logan spent 10 years in 70+ countries, is a Scuba Dive Master with hundreds of logged reef conservation research dives, has spent over 80 days in silent meditation, was an outdoor leadership and survival guide, taught archery and hatchet throwing, was caretaker for dozens of companion and farm animals, and holds a Guinness World Record in surfing.

Huw Thomas

President & COO


Huw is a serial entrepreneur focused on sustainability in the food and energy sectors. He was COO of cultivated meat startup New Age Meats (IndieBio alum + first cell ag pork), co-founder of renewable energy consultancy SCENE, and CEO of sports nutrition startup Fuelit.


He holds an MBA from the University of Oxford, where he presided over the largest synthetic biology student society in the UK, and serves as Head of EMEA Entrepreneurship Programmes at iGEM, the world’s largest synthetic biology organisation.


Huw was a Venture Manager at CDL Oxford and an Entrepreneur in Residence at the Entrepreneur First incubator/talent-investor. He is currently a mentor at the Zinc venture builder and EIT Food Seedbed incubator as well as at the MIINT MBA impact investing competition (where he also supports Wharton as a judge). Previously, Huw spent six years at National Grid, where he focused on innovation strategy, investment and project management, and process engineering. 


Huw is an avid runner, hiker, climber, cyclist, and diver, having managed the 1200+-member Scottish Sub Aqua club. He participated in 20+ cross-country cycling races to raise money for charity (one of which covered 500+ km in one day). Through his pro bono work, he ran a community supermarket in Oxford and an arts cafe in Edinburgh, and he co-founded a startup pre-accelerator in Romania. He is a member of the Near Future community, an Atlantic Dialogues Emerging Leader, and former Curator of the Oxford Hub for World Economic Forum Global Shapers.