Omari is passionate about grant making, innovation in the grant making sector and improving the accessibility & equity of funding for grassroots community organisations. She enjoys and works on programmes that aim to improve outcomes for children & young people and the health & wellbeing of communities. Prior to joining LCF she worked at The British Museum, the Black Cultural Archives and Into Film delivering projects and programmes for children and young people and producing digital content.
Omari supports the co-ordination of the British Land fund, supporting organisations to deliver projects that seek to improve outcomes for children and young people, older people and to tackle homelessness. She also works on the Violence Against Women and Girls Grassroots Fund, high-volume programmes like Together for London and provides support on most of LCF's other open programmes.
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Omari is very interested in innovation and design thinking for grant making, projects supporting children, older people and in health and wellbeing, and accessibility and equity.
We love London
What Omari loves about London is the green spaces! She has a few favourites, but Riverview Walk in Lewisham takes the top spot because it’s so scenic.
Did you know?
Omari used to be a cheerleader.