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Tracey Bleakley

Tracey Bleakley is the Chief Executive of the Association of Police & Crime Commissioners, a board member of the Insolvency Service and the Money Advice Trust and 2014 First Women Awards nominee

As the UK's leading financial education charity, pfeg is the most trusted provider of free knowledge, support and resources for anyone teaching children about money. The charity (an affiliate member of the OECD) is also leading the campaign for financial education to be taught in every school in the UK and for financial education to be in the National Curriculum in England.

Tracey is also a spokesperson for financial education and inclusion, speaking nationally and internationally at events and conferences, appearing regularly in print media and speaking on BBC Radio 4 MoneyBox and Woman's Hour, BBC and ITV News, BBC Breakfast and the One Show.

Before joining pfeg, Tracey was UK Director of MEND, a social enterprise tackling overweight and obesity, and had a thirteen year career in management consultancy with Price Waterhouse, Accenture and ITV. She holds an engineering degree, MBA, and postgraduate qualifications in International and Social Policy. She is a trustee of the Money Advice Trust and RedR, a fellow of the RSA and ACEVO and a patron of Bolton Lads & Girls Club and Bolton Hospice.

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