Alan Omogbai is currently a policy adviser at HM Treasury, and a mentor to various young people. He is a certified member of the National Youth Theatre (successfully auditioning and completing the internationally recognised qualifying course). As a rapper, Alan has headlined at the Albany Theatre and Café Du Paris, and performed at various talent shows around the country. He takes a keen interest in business, law, performing arts and politics. In 2015, Alan ran for the first time as a local councillor candidate for the Labour Party but unfortunately the Conservatives dominated in his ward.
He graduated with a 2:1 from the University of Exeter, studying Law LLB with European Study (including French, Italian and Icelandic). This involved a year of study abroad in Iceland where he explored, networked and completed a dissertation on the potential for a World Court of Human Rights. At university, Alan was elected President of the African Caribbean Society where he increased the society’s revenue by 700%. He was appointed to a student union board of representatives to assist during the turbulent period when his university law school was moving campus. At college, Alan was a Senior Prefect responsible for volunteering and fundraising related activities.