Kathryn Perera

Kathryn Perera is the Director of NHS Horizons, a national unit within the health service which uses social movement approaches to accelerate the pace of change. NHS Horizons is now 100% re-purposed towards the national COVID-19 response effort. A Community Organiser and political activist by background, Kathryn writes regularly on how “new power” approaches to change will shape the future of public services. Both as an “institutional leader” and as a mum of two children whose heritage is mixed Asian/Irish, she’s learning a great deal from the resurgence of #BlackLivesMatter and its impact in the UK.

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