Denise Hartley is the CEO of Intact, short for the Ingol and Tanterton Community Trust, which offers support, advice, and signposting services to people of all ages and in all manner of situations across the city of Preston in Lancashire.
Established in 1993, the Trust has grown to become a Living Wage employer and positively affects the lives of 1,500 people every year. Over the last decade, it has brought over £3 million in funding to the local ward.
In 2014, Hartley received an MBE in recognition of her work with Intact.
In June 2020, Hartley appeared on a Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland podcast, discussing the importance of leadership and the impact it has had on her career to date.
Listen to Denise Hartley's Leaders Council podcast.
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