Kenneth James came to England from Clarendon, Jamaica in 1961 and worked as a chemical operator for Albright and Wilson based in Langley from 1962 until 1999. Since then he has been involved in voluntary work including the Rio Minoh charity which raises money to purchase health equipment for hospitals in Jamaica.
He has been involved with WBACRC for almost 20 years initially as a general member and has been a board member for the since 1993.
He lives locally in West Bromwich, is married with grown up children and has 7 grandchildren.
Kenneth is a keen cricket fan and his other love is dominoes. He is a regular visitor to the Club Carib entertainment social enterprise and acts as an overseer on behalf of the Charity holding the position of director on the Club Carib Board.