Kenneth is a campaigner, specialising in climate change but also with experience in air pollution, youth campaigning and housing.

Prior to MMMM, Kenneth worked as a campaigner at Shelter, helping develop their supporter strategies for the 2019 General Election as well as shape their response to the coronavirus crisis. Before that he worked at Unicef UK where he led the policy work on air pollution as well as heading up their internal trade union.

Outside of work, Kenneth has been heavily involved in environmental politics, chairing London Young Greens and coordinating campaigns for his local Green Party. He is also involved with UNFCCC campaigning, attending COP23 and helping coordinate the Adaptation Group for the youth cohort.  

Kenneth is from Glasgow, something he won’t stop talking about, and is a huge and long-suffering fan of Scottish sports.  He also achieved fame at a young age, starring in a recycling video when he was 12 years old, and feels his surname has been instrumental in getting him where he is today.