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Kaleidoscope announces new Associates

Kaleidoscope has appointed a sparkling new intake of Associates to support our mission to improve health and care. 

The Associates will work with Kaleidoscope to support clients and to help develop the organisation as it grows.

They will also be involved in delivering inspiring projects to promote kindness, connection and joy in the health and social care sectors and beyond. The Associates bring with them a wide variety of backgrounds and areas of expertise including: academia, medicine, technology, regulation, policy and organisational development.

David Laszlo, who is part of the team at Kaleidoscope and lead on the Associates recruitment, said:

“We are really delighted to welcome such an extraordinary group of people into the Kaleidoscope community. It’s very exciting that we will be able to draw on this pool of talent and expertise in all areas of our work. We wanted people who share our values, make a difference and can shake us up a bit. This group has all those qualities.”

Malte Gerhold, who is a Kaleidoscope Associate, said of his role:

“It’s a great honour to join the Kaleidoscope team as an Associate, and help shape a different, kind way of consultancy to improve health and care – and to be part of and learn from such a wonderful group of people.”

Farzana Hussain, a Kaleidoscope Associate, said:

“I believe in human-centred healthcare systems. This role excites me because helping healthcare organisations to design services around people is what Kaleidoscope does really well. Empowering people is the best way to improve healthcare and I am so looking forward to the opportunity to do that as part of the Kaleidoscope community.”

Read about all the new Associates



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