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Ellen Jones

Campaigner, Speaker & Writer

Ellen Jones is an award-winning campaigner who speaks and writes on  LGBTQ+ rights, mental health,  autism & gender. 

In 2018, Ellen won the first-ever MTV EMA Generation Change award in recognition of her campaigning. In 2017, she was named Stonewall’s Young Campaigner of The Year after running successful campaigns tackling LGBTQ+ inequality in schools and online.

'Ellen is a charming, intelligent voice who can speak Gen Z and translate for the rest of us with humour, empathy and insight' Deborah Frances-White, host of The Guilty Feminist Podcast 

 
 

Talks

Ellen is an engaging speaker knowledgeable on on a plethora of  topics and with a wide range of audiences. 

Topics of past talks include LGBTQ+ issues (employment, education, history, wellbeing), mental health, autism, gender equality, using social media for good & youth activism.  

Ellen has lots of experience working with schools, universities, workplaces, charities & festivals.  

 

Ellen Jones

Campaigner, Speaker & Writer

Ellen Jones is an award-winning campaigner who speaks and writes on  LGBTQ+ rights, mental health,  autism & gender. 

In 2018, Ellen won the first-ever MTV EMA Generation Change award in recognition of her campaigning. In 2017, she was named Stonewall’s Young Campaigner of The Year after running successful campaigns tackling LGBTQ+ inequality in schools and online.

'Ellen is a charming, intelligent voice who can speak Gen Z and translate for the rest of us with humour, empathy and insight' Deborah Frances-White, host of The Guilty Feminist Podcast 

Writing

Covering activism, queer issues, feminism and digital culture, Ellen write for a variety of publications. 

She also write a popular mental-health themed newsletter called Reasons To Keep Going, which is published weekly. 

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Digital

Ellen creates a variety of digital content from YouTube videos, to gifs to podcasts. 

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Ellen uses YouTube as a platform for discussion and education around LGBTQ+ issues, mental health, disability rights & feminist issues.

Ellen uses YouTube as a platform for discussion and education around LGBTQ+ issues, mental health, disability rights & feminist issues.

After noticing that there were no gifs about disability, Ellen began creating gif stickers for use on Instagram and other social media platforms. Within the first week, these had received over 50 million views.

Ellen runs a podcast called Never Read The Comments which explores the ways in which the internet can be used to effect positive social change.

 

Contact Me

London, UK

Please note that Ellen is unable to work for free, although she does at her discretion volunteer her time to charities, schools and groups that otherwise could not afford to pay.