Levi has been a member of the board since 2019.

His initial involvement was when he started attending meetings as a young people's representative from Youth Opinions.  He became more interested in the meetings and wanted to attend them more. On turning 18, he officially asked to become a trustee 'in order to be able to give something back.'

The journey with the charity did not start there, however, as his involvement began as a young person that in his own words 'fell into the hard to reach category.' He credits Youth Moves as playing the most important role is helping him to re-direct his life.

Success has followed Levi and his achievements were recognised when he won the Duke Of Gloucester's national 'Volunteer of the Year' award in 2015 through the national youth work organisation Ambition.

Today he is also an Attendance and Student Services Officer at Oasis Academy John Williams, and he uses his role to help strengthen the link between the Academy and Youth Moves.