I am energized by the challenges of people who see the world from different perspectives and come together to pursue a common goal. I am driven by a desire to walk with them through those challenges and discover the richness and potential of their diversity. I am truly thankful for a global experience that has led me all over the world and connected me, at a heart level, to people who represent the best of what can happen when we dare to walk across the lines that divide us. I am thrilled to bring that experience into the important work that we do with our clients.
Jerry Jones is the Global Director of Design and Development with Kaleidoscope Group. His role is to work with global clients as they discover how to best address their DEI needs and design solutions that will lead to success and transformation.
He is a trainer, speaker, coach, and consultant who has worked with international organizations and individuals around the world. Jerry has developed multiple resources and delivered training to support and equip multinational companies as they seek to bridge the gap between cultural differences.
He lived in China for fifteen years where he served as a transition specialist with Leadership Development International. He also launched two companies, micMAC Global Solutions, and The Culture Blend LLC, which focused on intercultural training and executive coaching. He has extensive experience working with global leaders in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and North America to navigate the diverse and unique challenges of doing business across lines of difference. He is accredited by the International Coaching Federation and the Intercultural Development Inventory. He was one of the first TEDx speakers in China to speak on the challenges and joys of raising children cross-culturally and has written about a wide range of topics related to global life.
He is passionate about helping people find and implement solutions to their most challenging problems in a way that genuinely connects at a heart level and leads to transformative outcomes. He currently lives in the U.S. with his wife and two children.