up in Brixton, Lee didn't have a father figure, but he was always shown the
importance of family. He was raised by his mother alongside his sister and twin
brother. Then was a blessed to have 3 children of his own, to which he credits
as being the most positive change in his life.
With his children as the driving forced behind everything he does, Lee set his mind on providing the best life and opportunities for his family that he could. Whether that was as a security officer, or working late into the night as a door supervisor for numerous clubs, Lee's strong work ethic's have always been above and beyond.
Further examples of his focus and determination to succeed can be found in his sporting achievements training over the past 8 years in boxing, kickboxing and jujitsu at Mmaden gym in Battersea and titles won modelling at fitness competitions.
His commitment to condition his body and mind is partnered with his passions to be the outstanding father figure he didn't have and become a role model to all.
“I want to create and provide opportunities for people with less fortunate circumstances and bring the youth together, regardless of race or colour- to show them the value of hard-earned money and the importance of unity and equality. As someone who has found themselves on the wrong side of the law too many times, I feel I am in the perfect position to do this and can use my experience to earn their respect and be that positive influence in their lives”
Lee concludes "Every child needs a father figure, someone who is a guide and a role model, yet so many unfortunately grow up feeling lost. I am so passionate about using my position on this platform to inspire youth to stand united and be inspired to become the best version of themselves. I want to inspire a positive cycle of change, where generations inspire each other to grow up to be good Fathers and Grandfathers. I feel very blessed to be on this incredible journey with these other men in United To Change and Inspire and I’m excited for the future"