Ravneet Gill has worked as a pastry chef for eight years. After completing a psychology degree, she studied at Le Cordon Bleu before working her way up the ranks in different pastry sections all over London - most notably, St. JOHN, Llewelyn's, Black Axe Mangal and Wild by Tart.

In May 2018 she set up an organisation called Countertalk; a platform designed to help connect chefs, provide education and promote healthy work environments in the hospitality industry. Through Countertalk, Ravneet holds much-lauded food-based events and industry talks and aims to create a more equal and supportive workplace to help foster new talent.

Ravneet released her first cookbook in April 2020 entitled 'The Pastry Chef's Guide: The Secret to successful baking every time' as a handbook to dispel the fear around baking. 

Ravneet has also recently joined the Telegraph as their new baking columnist. She also contributes to numerous publications including; The Guardian, Observer Food Monthly, Feast, and Courier Magazine.

Ravneet is now set to be a new judge on Channel 4's Junior Bake Off alongside Liam Charles and host Harry Hill.