Meet AJ Joshi – Our new Ambassador!

Include Me TOO are proud to announce that AJ Joshi has become our latest ambassador to support Include Me TOO joining Apache Indian and Chris Holmes MBE.


“I am truly honoured to be an International Ambassador of this passionate and determined charity Include Me TOO making a real difference to many lives. The charity has many inspiring stories and is unique in that it has been developed from day one by disabled children, young people and their families from diverse communities with limited resources but using many creative approaches and has a clear vision of disability equality and inclusion.

Children are extremely close to my heart and I’ve always supported organisations helping children attain better opportunities, Include me too are driving that objective forward no matter what barriers they may face

I am looking forward to supporting Include Me TOO as an Ambassador in the new chapter of the charity here in the UK and internationally. I am particularly inspired by the charity’s new campaign and granting programme which is a promise made from the charity’s founder to her disabled son Callum. This promise the charity aims to fulfil increasing opportunities for fun, friendships and adventures to disabled children and young people. There are many initiatives being planned and I am looking forward to the journey ahead, working with the charity to increase its profile and reach whilst Include Me TOO continues to help change lives for a brighter future. ”


AJ Joshi is a an entrepreneur and a philanthropist who is an Ambassador for Include Me TOO a charity supporting the rights of disabled children, young people and their families. At 16 years old and whilst at college Joshi launched his first company selling mobile phone accessories online. In November 2001, Joshi launched with a friend, one of UK’s first internet radio stations. He went on to win Best Radio Station at the People’s Choice Awards. He was selected over Capital Fm, Choice Fm and BBC 1Xtra. In 2007 was nominated as the best website for the Kickers Urban Music Awards UK. In January 2004 he launched with another friend. The same year was nominated UK’s largest independent music store.

In 2000, at the age of 21 Joshi founded The Secret Network, better known later as TSN.[8] In 2012 Joshi co-founded Incipio Academy.[2] It is an online educational network and live events company for personal development and alternative education. In Incipio Academy people can take online courses and improve their personal and professional skills.

In 2012 Joshi founded the One Wish Foundation which focuses on children displaced against their will from normal society. It includes children of war, orphans and children from broken families. In 2013 Joshi co-founded Sivvr.[10] It is a creative agency and app development company based in London, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

In 2015 Joshi founded Valens, a health care and supplement company based in London & Los Angeles. In the same year he founded along with friends. It is an initiative driven by Periscope broadcasting live events for charitable causes.