Founder of My 40 Days
In 2013 Caleb ran his ‘My 40 Days’ campaign, in which he undertook and documented 40 challenges submitted by the public that were deemed to be impossible to achieve, including test driving a Lamborghini and taking a lecture at a university on a subject he knew nothing about. The idea behind the challenges was to help him reassess the way he prepared and responded to failure, and to see failure as a valuable learning experience.
He then went on to win ‘Graduate of the Year 2013’ competition run by Milkround and Adzuna for his campaign.
He’s currently employed as a Global Poverty Ambassador at the Global Poverty Project, helping to raise awareness and enabling communities to combat extreme poverty.