Kindness People: Natasha Chhabra

Natasha Chhabra is a Doctoral student in the Department of Sociology at the University of Maryland, USA. Her research interests include race & migration, immigrant and transnational families, and gender and work. She is the co-author of ”Migration Matters: Mobility in a Globalizing World” published by the Oxford University Press in 2016. Natasha has also…

Kindness People: Nitya Gracianna Rajan

The very down to earth and musically talented Nitya Rajan shares some of her kindness insights below. Be sure to also catch Nitya interviewing an array of people including well known names on the UK’s ITV regional news channel and previously for the Huffington Post UK. So a few questions for Nitya: What has been…

Kindness People: Oliver Camp

Kindness is intrinsically linked to better health, so on this occasion, The Kindness Change series is glad to interview Oliver Camp from Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition to share his personal views on Kindness and Wellness. What we consume deeply matters. In your view – what is kindness essentially about? “I think kindness is about…

Kindness People: Patrycja Riera

The Kindness Change series is fortunate to interview Patrycja who is now the Founder and CEO of Inclusionem which is a global consultancy focused on supporting organizations in internal research, strategy and implementation in the Diversity and & Inclusion space. Here are some of Patrycja’s “Kindness” insights In your view – what is kindness essentially…

Kindness People: Richie Mehta

The Kindness People series is fortunate to interview  Richie Metha on this occasion, who is the Managing Director of School of Marketing.  Richie is a Senior Marketing Leader and Academic, that has worked with a range of leading brands such as HSBC, RBS, Direct Line Group, Toyota, Informa and Pearson. Here are are some of…

Kindness the healthy way

“Kindness, for me, is about both self-acceptance and self-love, as well as showing this to others. It involves an act. Being kind is a verb, so we must follow through by showing our kindness and delivering it in a manner that makes a valuable difference to others. This can be in kind words, doing something…

Kindness People: Parul Patel

Parul is another live example of what it means to forge through adversity and come through it with her kindness still intact. Of Indian origin, Parul grew up in the UK. Wales is where she calls home now. Prior to moving back to Wales – Parul lived in London. She returned to Wales a few…

Kindness People: Nalishebo Elliott

I first met Nalishebo at a powerful purpose building facilitator workshop she was leading back in 2013. Nalishebo is one of those people who always exudes humble confidence and compassion. A remarkable person in many ways. Nalishebo is now a mum of 2 adorable boys, a registered Nurse and currently in a role as Head…

Kindness People: Harriet Green

I first heard about Harriet by catching a talk she did in late 2019. There was a humility, clarity and confident kindness about Harriet, which made me follow her encouraging posts.  Her social media posts would often be so encouraging that one felt ready to take on any challenge with grace and confidence. The other day,…

Kindness people: Jen

Profession: Marketing Manager Tell my about 1 good habit in your life:  Be grateful for the big and small things – every day. At the end of the day, I try to remember one thing I am grateful for, it could be a small moment in the day or a bigger theme about family or friends…. But…