Jeremy Rodell is Dialogue Officer for Humanists UK. After many years in business, he is applying his skills and knowledge to voluntary activities that provide him with the non-financial rewards not always available in the corporate world, and hopes to make a positive contribution to the wider community. Jeremy co-founded South West London Humanists, which he has chaired since its launch in 2007. He is actively involved as a humanist in “interfaith” activities, both as Humanist UK’s “Dialogue Officer” and as a school speaker for both Humanists UK and 3FF (formerly the Three Faiths Forum). Until he stood down at the end of 2015, he was Chair of Trustees at Eastside Educational Trust, a Shoreditch-based, London-wide charity that aims to “help young people develop their creative thinking, so they can be the problem solvers of tomorrow.” Jeremy also volunteers with Age UK, helping older people to gain computer skills.
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