After graduating from Oxford University in 2002. Nick began his career as a teacher, working both in the UK and abroad, and then joined Anti-Slavery International as a campaigner and fundraiser in 2003. As part of a two-year volunteer project, Nick spent seven months cycling from Cape Town to London and returned to write his first book, Blood, Sweat and Charity, published in 2005. From 2005, Nick worked as a youth worker in Lambeth and Southwark and used that experience to go on to create a national youth engagement programme and employee volunteering scheme with T-Mobile in 2006. Nick joined We Are What We Do, where he is now CEO, in 2007 to develop their dedicated schools work, creating the children’s book, Teach Your Granny to Text & Other Ways to Change the World, and a series of national youth projects.