James Partridge is Founder and CEO of Changing Faces, the leading UK charity representing people with disfigurements. Prior to Changing Faces, he worked as a health economist in the NHS, established a dairy farming business and taught economics. He speaks internationally on disfigurement, disability, and inclusion. He was a guest newsreader on national UK television, an appearance designed to foster inclusion of people with disfigurements in society. He has won national awards including Most Admired Charity Chief Executive and the Beacon Prize for Leadership, and was honored by HM The Queen with the Order of the British Empire. Married with children, James lives in London. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and has Honorary Doctorates from two Universities in Bristol.