Osman joined Cratus in July 2016 having worked at the House of Commons for three years in the office of Andrew Rosindell M.P. and is currently serving as a local councillor in Havering giving him a firm understanding of national and local politics.
He was elected to council in 2010 and is the Cabinet Member for the Environment, Regulatory Services and Community Safety which covers planning, licensing and economic regeneration as well as liaison with the emergency services. This has allowed him to develop a great understanding of not only cross-borough but cross-agency working.
Having been actively involved in politics since the age of fourteen, Osman understands the importance of community campaigning and has been involved with numerous winning election campaigns at both national and local level.
Osman graduated from the School of Oriental and African Studies in 2011, where he read Politics and Development Studies.
When he isn’t working to help create sustainable communities, Osman can be found playing trumpet in his band.