Sadie Kaye: Head of Social Responsibility, Development Producer

Sadie Kaye is a TV & radio writer-performer, South China Morning Post humorist, Radio Television Hong Kong presenter and podcaster. She can currently be heard hosting ‘Mental Ideas’ and performing her humor column ‘Sharp Pains’ on RTHK Radio 3. Her ‘Bipolar Express’ documentary was Highly Commended by the Association for International Broadcasting in 2015 (‘Creative Feature’), while ‘Mental Ideas’ was nominated for a 2020 AIB Award (‘Factual Podcast’).

Sadie spent four years mentoring young offenders at London’s Feltham Young Offenders Institute before creating some ambitious charity projects, taking groups of young offenders from The Prince’s Trust abroad to break the cycle of poverty and crime. With their help, she sailed the Atlantic, persuaded teenage street gangs to disarm in Caracas slums, rode wild horses from the South of France to London, and rebuilt a dilapidated orphanage in Haiti. Her social enterprise initiatives have attracted the attention of HRH
Prince Charles and well-known figures in the British media. In Hong Kong, she’s founder of three nonprofit groups to support Hongkongers with mental health issues and feed
the homeless. As well as heading the company’s social responsibility program with James, Sadie works for us as a development producer.