Joanna Jepson

Joanna Jepson is an Anglican priest who was first catapulted into the public consciousness when she challenged the abortion of a 28-week foetus for bilateral cleft lip and palate. As the first chaplain to London College of Fashion, Joanna created the Empty Hanger project, a fashion workshop exploring themes of ambition, belonging, sustainability, identity and purpose.She is a regular contributor to programmes including BBC One's Big Questions, Sunday Morning Live, and BBC Radio 2 Pause for Thought, and has written op eds for the Times, the Telegraph and the Daily Mail.


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