Franstine Jones

“Franstine is a Public Speaker and has worked as an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Consultant for 20 years. Franstine has been working towards ending discrimination and injustice throughout most of her life.
In her role as a Public Speaker, she has spoken at the Public Policy Exchange, Westminster Briefings, the House of Commons 50 years celebration of the Race Relations Act, Cambridge University and Amnesty International. She also represented the National Black Police Association at the United Nations Committee for the Elimination of Race Discrimination in Geneva. The national media often call on her as a spokesperson on key race-related stories.
Franstine was the first woman and police staff in the history of the National Black Police Association to be elected as the President, and was awarded the British Empire Medallion (BEM) in the 2022 New Year’s Honours List for her for services to minority ethnic communities in Suffolk.
Franstine is also the CEO of BInspyred and sits on the boards of local community groups.
Current engagements include;
1. Equality and Diversity consultancy
2. Decolonising the curriculum in school
3. Mentoring young people
4. Public Speaking