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The Trust appoints a new Head of Insight and Engagement

The Money Advice Trust is pleased to announce it has appointed Jane Tully to the new role of Head of Insight and Engagement. Jane will join the Trust on 23rd April and will be a key member of the senior leadership team.
 
Jane will oversee the Trust’s communications, policy and insight teams; helping drive strategies to improve the UK’s money and debt environment.
 
Joanna Elson, Chief Executive of the Money Advice Trust, said:
“We’re excited to welcome Jane into a new role at the Trust. We have a strong reputation for working in partnership across the credit and debt sectors and using our frontline experience with people in debt to inform new and innovative practices that benefit people in debt and creditors. Jane’s experience and skills will help us further embed this reputation and drive significant improvements to the UK’s money and debt environment.”
 
Jane Tully said:
“I'm very pleased to be joining the Money Advice Trust, a fantastic charity with a great track record. Despite the recent upturn in the economy, there is more need for free debt advice than ever, making the Trust’s role in providing direct support and in improving the UK's money and debt environment increasingly important.” 
 
  
Jane Tully biography
Jane Tully will join the Money Advice Trust as Head of Insight and Engagement in April 2014.
 
Before joining the Trust, Jane worked for Charity Finance Group (CFG), the charity seeking to create a financially confident, dynamic and trustworthy charity sector.  She led CFG’s policy, public affairs, research and media work, covering a wide range of briefs from impact reporting and regulation to public service reform.
 
 
Prior to CFG, Jane worked for the Charity Commission where she managed the regulator’s support for charities at the time of the economic downturn and led their positioning work on social investment.  She has also worked in public affairs for NSPCC campaigning on child protection and domestic abuse issues and has experience in policy roles with both local government and international institutions. In addition to working professionally in the charity sector, she volunteers for a number of local community groups.
 
 
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