Andrew works at Kaleidoscope.
Before joining Kaleidoscope, Andrew spent several years at national health charities in roles that involved policy, editorial, and learning and development.
Most recently he worked at Alzheimer’s Society, producing print and web information for people affected by dementia and on public health. He was also a licensed trainer, creating and delivering a range of face-to-face and digital learning experiences.
He’s passionate about empowering people through good communication and supporting them to learn and develop.
He designs and teaches part-time courses in religion and philosophy at City Lit, and has delivered workshops in schools on sexuality and homophobic bullying.
Andrew lights up when he hears pretty much any ABBA song or meets a cat (though cat videos are a good substitute).