Genevieve studied Theology at Kings College, London before working in administration and business development at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London. She went on to do a Masters in European Classical Acting at Drama Centre, London, performing at Shakespeare’s Globe and the Vakhtangov Institute, Moscow. She went on to found her own production company, Arcadia Reign, producing an acclaimed one-woman drama, Asena, against sex-trafficking, which first received coverage with BBC Radio Northampton. They collaborated with the Memorial Community Church, Plaistow for 'Breaking the Chains', a series of events marking Anti-Slavery Day 2014, were invited back to perform with Christian Heritage, Cambridge, and partnered with Amnesty International, Cambridge for a performance and panel-discussion on violence against women for International Women’s Day 2015. The play won the support of Stop the Traffik, and they were featured in the Salvation Army’s War Cry magazine. Genevieve also co-presented 'R-Cafe', a series discussing every-day Christian topics for Revelation TV. Also managing her father’s business, Charles Cleghorn Limited, a specialist sales firm in the marine industry, it is safe to say Genevieve enjoys being busy! She married in 2015, and worships at St. Clement’s Church, Cambridge. Genevieve brings her passion for how Christian thinking can shape the moral issues facing us today to her new role as Development Officer for KLICE.


Culture and Christ Meets once a month on the evening of every 2nd Wednesday from 7-9pm for fellowship and engagement with cultural issues, both academic and other. The aim is to develop a community for support, exploration of our different areas of expertise, grappling with the issues of our day, etc.