Frankie Williams is a consultant specialising in education, music and culture, is a Research Fellow at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge and is an assessor for Arts Council England. She taught music, advised and inspected across the 3-19 age range and was General Inspector (Music and Culture) for Cambridgeshire. She has worked with many cultural organisations including the BBC, The Sage Gateshead, CCH, Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, Aldeburgh Music and the Proms. Frankie has represented the UK in the areas of Music and Information Technology and Youth Orchestras. She is a governor of Hills Road Sixth Form College Cambridge and The Music Therapy Charity, a board member of Vocal Futures, Cambridge Music Festival, London Youth Choir, Kings Junior Voices, Cambridge Youth Music and an adviser to Dosoco and NYAT.
Frankie has written articles and contributed to books on music, gifted and talented education, music therapy and the work of professional musicians in schools and was awarded a Finzi Scholarship in 2012.