Amy Leonard

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"Amy set up the children’s charity in early 2009 and was formally recognised as The Transformation Trust’s CEO in March 2010. During this time she has overseen some of the Trust’s major events from a launch on the London Eye to a free end-of-term music event for 12,000 young people at The O2 in July 2010. She is currently involved in planning for Rock Assembly 2012 – an annual free music event for state schools.

"Alongside running the Trust, Amy is a consultant advising a range of organisations on their communications and positioning. Prior to this, Amy was the Corporate Affairs Director at Partnerships for Schools (PfS), where she oversaw a team that is responsible for all aspects of corporate affairs at PfS, including communications, parliamentary affairs and CSR. Amy has also worked for the Financial Services Authority, as a Government Press Officer, and as a political consultant, focusing on wide range of sectors, including Education."[1]

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  1. Transformation Trust Trustees, organizational web page, accessed August 30, 2012.
  2. Academy Transformation Trust Board, organizational web page, accessed May 8, 2016.