Chef Radley has not only walked the vegan way for the last 25 years, but has also made it her life’s work, to rally the world towards a vegan era in which all beings can live in peace and harmony. Perhaps Chef Radley’s greatest contribution as a vegan advocate to date is the Vegan Chef Institute, London’s first vegan chef school, which she opened with co-founder and health coach Chantal Di Donato in November 2018. Over 100 vegan chefs have graduated from the institute in less than two and a half years. She is considered a pioneer of simple modern cooking that is tasty, fun, and creative. She has been featured on national TV shows, such as the award-winning Sky News UK and ITV’s “Living on the Veg.” She is the author of two cookbooks, “Love.Food: A 28 Day Plan to Let Go of Chaotic Eating & Fall Back in Love With Food,” and “Bo’s Book: Recipes from The Vegan Chef School and Tails from Miracle's Mission.” “When I went vegan, something lifted, and it was through my explorations into fresh, unprocessed, and animal-free food that I fell in love with a way of eating that nourishes us and allows us to flourish. I discovered that real food is a life force." "I’m here for them. I’m a protector. A protector of those who cannot protect themselves."To encourage as many people as possible to become vegan and stay that way, she has uploaded hundreds of cooking shows online showcasing free recipes that are quick and easy, yet satisfying for the palate. During the Covid-19 pandemic, Chef Radley conducted more than 150 free, live-streamed “cook-along” shows on Facebook (as of January 2021) to help people to make healthy dishes at home.