Solomon currently leads the Improving Outcomes for Young Black Men programme at the London Borough of Hackney, a strategic initiative aimed at tackling disproportionate outcomes experienced by young Black men.
Solomon graduated with a BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Manchester. He is a trustee of Class 13, an organisation working to tackle systemic inequality faced by children and young people.
Solomon is a member of the alumni for the Amos Bursary, who work to ensure that young African and Caribbean men have the opportunity to excel in education and beyond. He has been a youth leader for the Ubele Initiative, working intergenerationally to facilitate change in communities. Solomon is passionate about working alongside his local communities and sees the Race Equity Advisory Group as an opportunity to make tangible change in tackling racial inequalities.