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Leo has established himself as one of the UK's leading County Lines educators, delivering talks in primary, secondary schools and colleges across the UK. 

These talks are designed to educate and safeguard young people, by equipping them with the tools they need, to keep themselves away from gangs, grooming and exploitation.

Leo draws from his lived experiences, combined with his knowledge of working with young people in gangs, especially those in the criminal justice system, and also researched study from experienced practitioners in the field of gangs, county lines and child criminal exploitation.


Leo has also developed a comprehensive County Lines education programme that he delivers to practitioners, youth organisations, churches,
communities, parents, and more. 

Leo's work in the area of County Lines has gained huge traction, where he has featured on BBC London News, the BBC News website, BBC Radio London and Radio 5 Live.

Leo has worked with young people for over 14 years in multiple sectors.  From being a Youth Pastor at Jubilee Church London for 10 years, to working in Chase Community School in Enfield as a Behaviour Mentor, to then working as a mentor in HMYOI Feltham, then going back in to education and becoming a Head of Year at

St Ignatius college in Enfield, to now being in full time self-employment.

Leo's work with young people also inspired him to enter into the world of filmmaking, where he has now made three short films, which combined have accumulated over 4 millions views on Youtube.


Leo is passionate about storytelling and has established himself as someone who can tell stories that captivate young people, addressing topics that young people can relate to and hopefully learn lessons from.

Leo is also a Pastor at The Peniel Centre church in Cheshunt, where he serves alongside Senior Pastor Chris Ebechidi.

Click the button below to read some amazing testimonials of Leo's work.

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