Joseph “Joe” Omo-Osagie has been working as a community outreach worker and counselor for the past 35 years. In this role he has had the opportunity to work within the local schools in the Champaign County area and in the state of Illinois as a whole. He has also been a sought-after mediator on restorative justice and domestic violence. He has led community workshops on various issues from understanding the African Diaspora to parenting in a multi-cultural America to violence reduction and to human sexuality and intimate relationships.
He is currently a counselor and Psychology instructor at Parkland College Champaign. He is also at this time the President of The Champaign County mental Health Board. He is also a fitness instructor and a caterer of African Cuisines.