Loic began working with young people as a teenager when he was a youth worker for Cambridge City Council and a Young Advocate for the charity Changemakers. It was at this stage that he developed his passion for education and youth-development.
He then moved into schools, eventually joining the senior leadership team of St. George’s R.C School in North West London and becoming Head of History and Social Sciences. During his time there, St. George’s overcame its turbulent history and became the country’s 5th most improved school.
On leaving teaching Loic set up LKMco to draw together the different areas of the education and youth sector by linking practical work on the ground to high quality research and policy advocacy. Since then he has worked with organisations ranging from universities to alternative training providers, largecorporates to start-up social enterprises and from academics to policy makers.
Loic is also a tutor in Initial Teacher Training at Canterbury Christ Church University and has published extensively on a range of topics. He is also a trustee of two charities, UnLtd and SexYOUality.