Today, Ozzie is a Senior Associate in Talent and Organisational Development Team at Thomson Reuters, and Chair of their UKI Black Employee Network.
He spent the last 12 years as a Youth Consultant for various organisations including the Metropolitan Police and the London 2012 Organising Committee. At 13 he became the Mets’ youngest ever independent advisor on youth and policing policy for London. Currently, Ozzie works with organisations across the UK confronting racial inequalities within youth employment practices and related government policies as Chair for the Race for Opportunity Youth Advisory Panel.
Graduating in 2011 with First Class Honours in Psychology from Royal Holloway, University of London, over the next 18 months Ozzie develop skills and experience in varied positions from HR at Channel 4, as a full-time volunteer tutor-mentor with charity City Year London, to being selected as Olympic Village Youth Mayor during the 2012 Games.