Webinar Series - State Pension Inequality & Pensioner Poverty
Updated: Jun 24, 2021
The virtual NPC Annual Convention continues
June 18 - 10:30am - 12:30pm
State Pension Inequality & Pensioner Poverty
The webinar can be viewed below
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Chair & Speakers
Brian Sturtevant - NPC Pensions & Income Working Party Chair
Daniella Jenkins - Pensions Advisory Group, Women’s Budget Group,
Jack Jones - Pensions Officer, TUC
Bob Pinkerton - Pensions expert, NPC Pensions & Income Working Party
Pensions Advisory Group
Women's Budget Group
Daniella Jenkins is a Doctoral candidate funded through a joint studentship between Central Saint Martin's Social Design Institute and Kings College London.
Professionally, Daniella worked in financial services for a number of years leading cross industry programmes and giving her insights into the possibilities open for improving women’s pension outcomes. She previously led complex initiatives in health policy, the Cabinet Office and at Transport for London and is committed to gender equality having manged The WOW Foundation as its first Executive Director and now is serving on the National Executive of the Women’s Equality Party and as pensions policy advisor to the Women’s Budget Group.
Policy & Campaigns Support Officer
Jack is a policy officer at the TUC responsible for policies relating to pensions, investments and older workers. He joined the TUC in May 2017, and before that he worked as journalist for seven years, specialising in pensions. Jack worked as a reporter for Professional Pensions and was editor of Pensions Insight and Engaged investor.
NPC Pensions & Income Working Party
Bob joined Dunlop in 1960 after National Service. In 1964 he was promoted to production foreman and joined MSF union from the GMB workers union. He attended stage1, 2, and 3 pension courses and was made factory pensions rep for 1700 employees.
Bob joined the regional pensions committee in Leeds and was one of two workers’ pensions reps elected as a main board trustee in London.
Bob was asked to join OPAS (Occupation Pensions Advisory Service) by the main board recommendation. He worked as pensions advisor helping people with work pension problems and was promoted to head advisor checking advisors work from Edinburgh to Leeds.
When Bob had to retire from Dunlop, after 38 years, he left OPAS after 10 successful years.
He has been a member of NPC Pensions Working Party for about 10 years.