Leigh Andrews

Leigh Andrews

Partnerships manager, Consumer Credit Counselling Service

Leigh joined debt charity Consumer Credit Counselling Service (CCCS) as partnerships manager in the summer of 2011.

Prior to taking up her role at CCCS, Leigh worked in the financial inclusion team at the Peabody Trust. As the housing association’s financial inclusion co-ordinator, she managed its drive to ensure that all its residents were able to access financial services. 

Leigh has also worked in the London illegal money lending team, tackling the problem of loan sharks in the capital. 

At the start of her career Andrews worked on the financial inclusion programme at community development organisation Toynbee Hall.

She has been trained to give advice by Citizens Advice and has a degree in industrial relations from the University of Kent.

 

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