Rowan Ellis is one of YouTube's UK Ambassadors, acting as a link between the community and the company, and delivering training on best practice.
She runs her own YouTube channel where explores activism and pop culture through a feminist and queer lens. Last year she helped start the FemTube movement supporting women creators on YouTube.
She now runs the fortnightly #femtubechat and has been commissioned by Google's YouTube Space in London to run a "Women on YouTube" workshop to facilitate collaboration and mentoring on the platform.
She is currently in pre-production on a feature length documentary about the history of LGBTQ+ women's communities around the UK.
Speaker & Workshop Facilitator
I run workshops, chair panels, and give talks on topics ranging from Pop Culture, to activism, and social media.
My work as an events speaker and workshop facilitator has taken me to events in the UK and abroad, including University campuses, Vidcon, Comic Cons, and the YouTube Space London.
On my YouTube channel I make videos empowering activism, exploring queer life, and critiquing Pop Culture from an intersectional feminist perspective.
My videos include topics such as Self Care for Activists, "Strong Female Characters" on screen, Witches in Pop Culture, an A-Z of LGBT Tropes, Feminism in Blockbusters, and much more.
Social Media Manager
I can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about social media consultancy and YouTube channel optimisation.
I offer packages in digital auditing, analytics, best practice, and bespoke consultancy.