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June O'Sullivan is chief executive of the London Early Years Foundation (LEYF). An inspiring speaker and regular media commentator on Early Years, social enterprise and child poverty, June has been instrumental in achieving a major strategic and cultural shift for the organisation, resulting in a significant increase in both profile and profitability over the past 5 years.
June is also a Royal Society of Arts fellow, director of Social Enterprise London and trustee for the Daycare Trust and the National Day Nursery Association.
June is a qualified social worker and published author, with an MA in Primary & Early Childhood Studies and MBA from London South Bank University.
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