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James Jenkins

James’s experience lies in bringing people together to collaborate and learn in purposeful and engaging ways. At Kaleidoscope he works on strategy, organisational development and diversity and inclusion.

Before joining Kaleidoscope, James ran community engagement and learning and development activities at Pembroke House, a social action and community charity. There, he also pursued his love for music education by running an academy for children who would otherwise miss out.

His primary interests lie in tackling health inequalities, understanding behaviour change, destigmatising mental health. He is a firm believer in the power of bringing people together from different backgrounds.

James spent many years singing professionally in colourful dresses, sadly not as a drag queen (much to the disappointment of his Kaleidoscope colleagues), but a choral scholar in the choir at King’s College, Cambridge.