Arshad Ashraf – School cluster director- BEAM- Dubai- FRSC BSc. (Hons). PGCE. PGD. NPQH. PQSI. MA. MSc (oxon)- Research and Middle-East collaborations lead at Flowhesion.
Arshad is a passionate, determined and uncompromising educational professional with a successful career in teaching, educational leadership and transformation. Arshad’s experience encompasses leadership and transformation roles in schools as well as broader roles leading learning and teaching initiatives at regional, national and international level. Arshad has developed and managed both large teams and budgets on time and mission critical projects. Arshad has project managed Learning Enhancement Programmes, in academic and vocational settings, from conception to delivery within large local authorities, across regional enterprise networks as well as nationally. He has worked as a consultant to school leadership teams, and as a senior leader. Arshad has a proven track record as a school inspector and a school improvement Partner, having developed and moved schools’ to outstanding provision through quality support and accurate evaluation of school needs.
He has an in-depth understanding
Sabera Ahsan – Director of The Asian Mums Network-Training specialist for BAME women and London collaboration lead at Flowhesion.
Sabera has an MSc in terrorism studies from the University of East London. She spent 6 years with Sussex police as a diversity trainer and assessor. In 2009 she became the National Prevent (PVE women’s liaison officer) for the Association of Chief Police officer’s Prevent Delivery Unit (CPPDU). She has also held senior equality and diversity roles in the National Police Improvement Agency. Sabera has spent 4 years at the home office based in the crime directorate managing a wide ranging portfolio of strategies including; youth offending, FGM, women offending, police crime panels and Mental health and policing. Sabera works on Internet safety tools to support parents to understand the dangers of grooming, exploitation, bullying, and radicalization. She currently is the founder and chairwoman of the National Asian Mums network.
Jangeer Kayani – Director of Star Training– Midlands lead and CT expert at Flowhesion.
Jangeer Kayani is a recently retired police officer with 30 years’ experience in the West Midlands Police finishing his last 10 years as a Detective Inspector working on Various Panels within the West Midlands CT Unit. Jangeer has worked in a variety of positions within the Police and has extensive operational experience in both uniformed and plain clothes specialist roles. He has policed some of the most challenging and deprived areas in the West Midlands as well as having had significant roles as a senior manager. He is a confident decision maker and problem solver with the ability to motivate and engage. Jangeer is an authority police processes. He was responsible for coordinating the restructure of the Channel panels in West Midlands, West Mercia, Warwickshire and Staffordshire Police Force areas. He undertook a wholesale review of the Channel process, which he researched and consulted widely upon with numerous agencies, identifying serious shortfalls in the way these mechanisms operated, particularly around culture, urgency and thresholds. He tackled the underlying issues head on, thereby significantly changing the way these vital supportive processes operate and by doing so greatly improved the protection of some of the most vulnerable people in our society. These changes are now being implemented in other Channel Panels nationally as best practice. He has received numerous awards and recognition for his work as a police officer including bravery, lifesaving, leadership and partnership working. Jangeer possesses an extensive array of skills including being an excellent communicator who engages well with the audience and has the ability and skill to deliver a serious and sensitive subject, he is skilful in building strong and effective relationships with diverse communities. He holds outstanding organisational and leadership skills and has an excellent record of working well in high pressure and demanding environments.
Dr Jessica Eaton- Founder and owner of VictimFocus, the VictimFocus Blog and The Eaton Foundation.
VictimFocus is her independent business providing research, consultancy, writing and speaking in forensic psychology, feminism and mental health. The VictimFocus Blog has over 30,000 readers per month and provides a lively, funny and critical perspective on CSE, victim blaming and sexual violence. The Eaton Foundation is a registered charity providing free, holistic mental health and wellbeing support to men over 18 years old and Jessica set up the first male mental health centre in the UK in 2015. Jessica is an engaging, passionate speaker, lecturer, researcher and writer in field of sexual violence and mental health. With a career history in the management of victim and witness services in the criminal justice system, training and managing rape counselling services, setting up the first male mental health centre in the UK and training thousands of police, social workers, health staff, elected members, psychologists and local authority staff in child sexual abuse and safeguarding. She currently works to change the field of sexual violence by challenging victim blaming, victim stereotyping and the pathologisation of abuse victims.
Currently at the Centre for Criminological and Forensic Psychology at the University of Birmingham as a Doctoral Researcher undertaking PhD in Forensic Psychology, Jessica specialises in the way women and girls are socialised to be blamed when they experience sexual harassment, assault or abuse and are encouraged to blame themselves. Victim blaming, self-blame and revictimisation are Jessica’s passion.
Debbie Koroma – Lecturer Manchester Metropolitan University, associate at Kate Cairns- LAC/fostering related training and partnership development lead at Flowhesion.
Debbie is a passionate, motivated and authentic individual with Over 30 years’ experience working with disadvantaged families and young people in public and voluntary organisations at community, local, regional, national and International Level. Her diverse career in this field has spanned roles as diverse as Implementation manager and Assistant early intervention Manager at reputable organisations. For instance her role as children’s services manager was at Barnardos spanned 22 years . Debbie therefore has extensive expertise and experience in Looked After Children and Children &Young People leaving care, early year’s education, early intervention with Families and disability. Debbie has a particular interest and expertise in attachment, trauma and resilience based practice’. She strives to ensure practice is inclusive and responsive to each unique and diverse individual and community. She is an Academic, lecturing in youth and community work at Manchester Metropolitan University and holds Professional Qualifications in Youth and Community work, Coaching and mentoring, and Leadership (NPQICL-National Professional Qualification in Integrated Centre Leadership).