Claudia’s previous non-executive experience includes chair of the remuneration committee at Halfords plc, senior independent director of Telecity Group plc, governance committee chair at Aviva plc, non-executive director at Ocado Group plc and non-executive director and interim chair of Premier League.
Claudia began her executive career at McKinsey & Company, before holding roles at Pearson, the Financial Times, Goldman Sachs, and HM Treasury. She was CEO of thestreet.co.uk, and group managing director at EMAP.
Alongside Deliveroo, Claudia is currently remuneration committee chair at Derwent London plc and chair of the remuneration committee of Kingfisher plc. Claudia also serves as a member of the Panel on Takeovers and Mergers.
Will founded Deliveroo in February 2013, alongside his childhood friend Greg Orlowski. The two paired technology with the nation’s best-loved restaurants to bring great tasting food straight to people’s front doors.
While running the London-based company takes up most of his time, Will still enjoys regularly delivering food orders on his bike. Before Deliveroo, he worked in finance in New York and London.
Adam Miller joined Deliveroo in early 2019 as Vice President, Corporate Strategy. He stepped into the role of interim CFO later that year before his permanent appointment in July 2020. Adam has played a pivotal role in helping Deliveroo navigate the impact of Covid-19, preparing the company to emerge in a strong position.
Before joining Deliveroo, Adam worked at travel company Expedia Group for seven years, where he held a number of senior positions, including Vice President, Strategic Partnerships and Vice President, Strategy and Analytics, managing large teams and functions across markets. Immediately before joining Deliveroo, Adam was Chief Revenue Officer at CarTrawler, a B2B travel technology platform.
Rick has had a highly successful career as a CFO in the technology industry, working for a range of international FTSE 100 and NASDAQ listed businesses during periods of high growth. He has held a number of CFO positions throughout his career, including at NDS Group plc, Inmarsat plc and Worldpay Group plc. Rick brings a wealth of experience as a former NED and Audit Committee Chair of several technology driven businesses, such as Sophos Group plc, Edwards Vacuum, and Thus plc. Rick was also previously Chair of Momondo Group and Chair of the Audit Committee for LoveFilm UK Limited.
Alongside Deliveroo, Rick is NED and member of the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee at Datatec Ltd as well as NED and Audit Committee Chair for Smith & Nephew plc.
Simon Wolfson was educated at Radley and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated with a degree in Law. He started working for Next in 1991 as a Sales Assistant and joined the Board as Sales and Marketing Director in 1997. In 1999 he was made Managing Director and was appointed Chief Executive in August 2001. He is currently the longest serving FTSE 100 CEO. Simon sits as a Conservative Peer in the House of Lords (since 2010), is a Trustee of the Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust and a Trustee of the think tank, Policy Exchange.