Kaleidoscope welcomes new talent to the team
We are really thrilled to welcome two brilliant new additions to the Kaleidoscope team.
James Jenkins joins us from Pembroke House, a social action and community charity, where he ran community engagement and music education programmes. James is also a talented musician and spent many years singing professionally as a choral scholar in the choir at King’s College Cambridge.
Before coming to Kaleidoscope Lily van den Broecke was audience coordinator at the British Film Institute. Lily won a gold medal at the 2012 Paralympics, so she’s already making us all feel a little inadequate, and was subsequently awarded an MBE for services to rowing and paralympic sport.
Naheem Bashir led the recruitment panel for the posts, and commented on their appointments.
“We feel so fortunate to have attracted such remarkable talent to the Kaleidoscope team. Both James and Lily bring tremendous experience, energy and insight so they are already making a huge impact across the organisation. Even more importantly they are lovely people to work with. It is a joy to have them on board.”