Jen Lexmond began her career working at the national policy level with organisations like Demos, NESTA, the all party parliamentary group on social mobility, and the Behavioural Insights Unit. She believes in the importance of policy and practice being underpinned by evidence, and has published widely on factors influencing child development and children’s life chances in the UK. She continues in a similar vein with EasyPeasy. EasyPeasy wants to lead by example, using our growing evidence of impact to support and advocate for wider innovation in the early years sector at the national level.

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