Jamaicans Inspired UK (JamIn UK) evolved out of the Jamaica Diaspora Future Leaders which was a body separated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade in Jamaica in 2009 from the then JDYA. 

The JA Diaspora Future Leader movement was founded by young people with the assistance of Professor Neville Ying and endorsed by the then Prime Minister Bruce Golding.  

Four key members from the main diaspora regions helped to forge the strategy in planning a Future Leader Conference in 2009, these were: Saffron Jackson (UK), David Mullins (USA), Leo Campbell  (Canada), Kaysia Vaughan nee' Johnson (Jamaica). This was  to create opportunities that would elevate and empower young people within Jamaica and the UK youth Diaspora. 

In 2009, sponsored by JN and VMBS, we collectively organised in partnership with JDi, JA Diaspora USA, The The JA Disapora Canada Foundation and the Ministry in Jamaica to hold Jamaica's first ever youth focused Diaspora Conference, dubbed "The Jamaica Diaspora Future Leaders Conference" where we forged longterm plans on how to engage the youth diaspora in our respective regions. The way we were to do this was through:

  • Business and entrepreneurship
  • Education and its role in our future
  • Mentorship
  • Engaging youth in governance
  • Crime and Violence and
  • Culture and spirituality

In 2009 after the advice of the Govenor General of Jamaica The Honourable Sir Patrick Allen we added to our foundation the fundamental principles of honesty, punctuality, fairness, respect, forgiveness, sharing, caring and lending a helping hand. 

In 2012 to make a greater standing as a young professionals organisation members changed the name from the Jamaica Diaspora Future Leaders to Jamaicans Inspired which would be focussed on driving forward social impact and moblising more of the youth diaspora. 


We are focussed on assisting individuals and groups to increase their ability to impact the health and vitality of their communities in a positive, sustainable manner through collaboration, education, communication, and cooperation.

What are the objectives?

Capacity Building

We aim to achieve our above aims by:

  • Supporting business growth, entrepreneurship and job creation;
  • Generating income from specialistsales and sports-related services;
  • Enhancing Jamaica’s reputation within the UK and international community ;
  • Addressing the issues of social deprivation, youth crime and violence;
  • Improving health and social well-being of those living in Jamaica and also members of the diaspora;
  • Transcending international differences; through cultural education to reconnect 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation Jamaicans, fostering values of friendship, mutual respect and national pride;
  • Encouraging discipline, teamwork, and a competitive spirit to enhance “Brand Jamaica” in the Diaspora regions and help to protect Jamaica’s IP rights.
  • Boost investment & international trade between the Diaspora and Jamaica;


About Us

Jamaicans Inspired UK (JamIn UK) is a youth focussed diaspora organisation which was born out of the Jamaica Diaspora Future Leaders Conference 2009 with aims of capacity building and mobilising the 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation Jamaican Diaspora living in the UK.

How we will acheive our goals?

We aim to enhance the skills, abilities, resources, and commitment of communities in both Jamaica and UK and community members to nurture unique talents and leadership, and act on challenges and opportunities the community faces. 

As a result, it is hoped that we will create a positive and sustainable growth through collaboration, education, investment, communication, partnership and cooperation. 

Recognising remittances remain Jamaica’s biggest source of foreign exchange inflows, JamIn UK understand the importance in engaging the younger diaspora in investment opportunities within Jamaica.

JamIn UK, through our events, seminars, presentations and training programs hopes to increase opportunities for development, wealth creation and growth. 

We aim to engage in fundraising and enterprising initiatives

A number of fundraising ventures are being considered to facilitate some of the projects that we have initiated. We strongly believe in being innovative and so JamIn will create a variety of merchandise to help sustain the cash flow within the organisation as a social enterprise. 

We aim to lobby youth issues

As a youth organisation we are committed to being the voice for young Jamaicans throughout the UK and in Jamaica. We endeavor to promote and protect the interests of all young Jamaicans.