Cllr Fleur Donnelly-Jackson has lived in Brent since 2005. She works at Business Disability Forum where she leads the Business Partnership team.
She has worked in roles for over 10 years in the public and third sectors, providing access advice, consultancy and disability inclusion training.
She was elected in 2018 for Willesden Green ward. As a councillor she has championed the rights of private renters, chaired the Brent Disability Forum, and sits on the Planning Committee.
Fleur chaired a Task Group on Violence Against Women and Girls and was part of the Affordable Housing Task Group looking at how to make more homes genuinely affordable. She has chaired several Access networks and is a Trustee for the arts charity Action Space which supports artists with learning disabilities. She is also a member of the Mayor of London’s ‘Liberty Festival’ Advisory Group. She is passionate about arts and culture, environmental sustainability, and social justice.