Meet Our Team

Vivek Tripathi

Founder & CEO

Vivek is an established leader in sales, business strategy, and growth, with extensive experience across the energy sector. His passion for new ventures that mainstream and simplify sustainability has led him to found Olive Gaea. Leveraging skills in business transformation and strategy development, he strives to help the business community develop a culture of science-based climate action.

Jessica Scopacasa

Co-Founder and Chief of Sustainability Communications and Marketing

Jessica is a seasoned sustainability and communication expert with a passion for helping organizations navigate through shifting economic, geopolitical, and social landscapes. Leveraging a background in reputation management and public affairs, she advises businesses on strategies to protect reputation and make a positive impact.

Kapil Gahlot

Chief Technology Officer

An alumnus of IIT BHU and IIM Ahmedabad, Kapil is a hands-on technology leader with a passion for solving complex product engineering problems. He has vast experience in leading large teams of architects, tech leads and engineers to build highly scalable and robust products and platforms using modern technologies with high customer focus.

Nimish Adani

Chief of Strategy

A chemical engineer by education, Nimish is a serial entrepreneur, founder & CEO of four D2C brands. Passionate about product management, product design, brand-building, online marketing, and e-Commerce, Nimish built his 18+ year long career in the Digital/Internet Industry. He brings to Olive Gaea a remarkable experience being a member of pioneering Internet-driven businesses including Logix Microsystems and BharatMatrimony, both of which are public.

Apurva Bhandari

Chief Sustainability Evangelist

Apurva is the mind behind Olive Gaea’s commitment to natural climate solutions and meaningful community benefits. As a founder of Sankalp Taru, a tech-driven afforestation initiative, Apurva has contributed to planting and ensuring the survival of over 3,000,000 trees, while benefiting 2,500 farmers across India.