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Liz Bayram

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Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years

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Liz Bayram has been Chief Executive of PACEY – the Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years since December 2005. Formed in 1977, PACEY is a charity dedicated to supporting everyone working in childcare and early years to provide high quality care and early learning for children and families.

A professional association with over 25,000 members, PACEY provides training, practical help and expert advice to practitioners working in child-minding, nurseries and pre-schools throughout England and Wales as well as nannies. It also provides peer support and encouragement and works in partnership with national and local government to support the delivery of high-quality childcare and early education. The charity also represents the views and experiences of practitioners and champions their vital role in helping prepare children for a bright future. 

Liz started her career as a journalist before moving into senior policy and communication roles at both The Royal Society and Asthma UK. You can follow Liz on Twitter - @LizBayram_PACEY and find out more about PACEY at www.pacey.org.uk

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