23 year-old Rosina is the former Chair of the British Youth Council which has over 7 million young people. A graduate of London School of Economics, she studied Social Policy and received an award for her “Outstanding Contribution” to the university. She also received a Rare Rising Star Award for being one of the top ten most outstanding black students in the UK.
Rosina is a Youth Participation Support Worker in Croydon and is currently a Youth Ambassador. This position engages young Londoners and inspires those involved in crime or at risk of violence and crime, to feel empowered to change their lives. She has recently set up a business that helps to resettle offenders back into society.