Joelyn Rolston-Esdelle is a publisher. She undertakes research and analyses of social structures and development programmes with the aim of initiating systemic interventions to deliver measurable improvements and normalising the experiences of British Women of Colour. She has undertaken critical social analysis of sexual inequality in contemporary British literature.
To date her work covers organisations both in the UK and Trinidad and Tobago. She has facilitated workshops on disability equality and co-ordinated Black History Month events in the UK. She has also developed and produced an easy read guide for persons with intellectual disabilities.
Joelyn has been a guest blogger for Kingston Publishing, is the Editor of Shades Of magazine and has facilitated Q&As sessions with published authors. Joelyn also co-ordinated our relief effort to the Jericho Project and the National Centre for Persons with Disabilities in Trinidad and Tobago.
She the holder of an MA Publishing; a BA (Hons) English Literature with Sociology from Kingston University UK. She is a member of the Society of Young Publishers, and the Equality in Publishing (EQUIP). She has also undertaken specialist training in Social Media for Professionals.