Aida Cable, CEO of Thrive at Five, on supporting early childhood development (ECD)

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CEO of Thrive at Five, Aida Cable, on driving forward early childhood development in the UK.


Thrive at Five supports parents and communities through collective action across the public, private and voluntary sectors, so every child reaches a good level of development at age five.


Aida Cable brings a wealth of experience in the early childhood development space. Prior to joining Thrive at Five she worked at The Royal Foundation of the then Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and now Prince and Princess of Wales.


We explore the state of affairs in early childhood development in the UK and how Thrive at Five is convening and mobilising diverse stakeholders to drive forward this field. Aida shares key statistics and explains why now more than ever we need to focus on children’s early years.


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About Aida Cable


Aida Cable is the CEO of Thrive at Five. After a first career as a lawyer Aida changed course over a decade ago, to work with organisations delivering better opportunities and outcomes for children and young people.


Her journey included several years spent at The Royal Foundation of the then Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and now Prince and Princess of Wales. Her experience working on childrens' mental health and early childhood development led her to Thrive at Five.