Fran Beckett

Chair of the Board of Trustees


Fran BeckettFran is an accomplished voluntary sector CEO and has served as chief executive of Shaftesbury Society (now Livability) before moving to a similar role in Church Urban Fund. She has also provided consultancy services on leadership, governance, change management, and strategic planning and mentoring services to CEOs and Chairs of Boards. Fran took over as Chair from Howard Dodd in April 2017.


Edward Cox

Edward Cox is a chartered accountant and joined the Board of Trustees in January 2015 after a business career spanning many industries both nationally and internationally.

Kevin Dawkins

Kevin Dawkins is the Senior Pastor at Faith Tabernacle Church, and has been a PF volunteer since 2005 as well as part-time Prison Chaplain at HMYOI Feltham since 2006. Kevin is also a ST tutor.

David Cooke

David Cooke is an IT consultant and used to be responsible for IT in the Prison and Probation Services. He has been supporting the Chaplaincy in his local prison for many years by playing the keyboard for Sunday services and is a group facilitator with Sycamore Tree.

Molly Hodson

Molly is an award-winning communications professional with more than ten years experience in the charity sector. Molly is currently Director of Marketing, Media and External Affairs for anti-slavery charity International Justice Mission UK. She loves championing a cause she believes in and is pleased to support PF’s great work.

Andrew Jordon

Andrew is an accountant and commercial analyst. He has volunteered with PF since 2014 as a Sycamore Tree Group Facilitator and letter writer. He’s a keen cyclist and rode 3,500 miles across the USA in 2017 to raise money for PF! He is passionate about enabling more young people to get involved in prison ministry.

Alison Browne

Alison has been a Sycamore Tree Tutor for the last few years. Her background is in tertiary education, including adults, teacher training and basic skills. She has joined the PF Board as the Volunteer Representative.

Jo Honour

Rev Jo Honour has worked as an Anglican Chaplain in prisons for 24 years and is currently Managing Chaplain at HMP Stafford where the work is exclusively with people convicted of a sexual offence. She lives in Derby where her husband, Derek is a vicar. Prison Fellowship volunteers have always been an important support and encouragement.

Steve Rawlins

Dr Steve Rawlins has experienced Prison Fellowship’s Sycamore and Angel Tree programmes as a service user. He has held a number of senior management positions for charities supporting prisoners. He is the founder and CEO of Way4ward supporting prisoners and young people at risk of imprisonment.