Oli Rodi

Principal Consultant

Oli heads up Clarasys’ Change Management capability, and also represents his colleagues as their representative on the board of the Clarasys Employee Ownership Trust. Oli has enjoyed rolling out a wide range of change initiatives for organisations within both the public and private sector. Recently Oli introduced GPS ankle tags for use across courts and prison releases in England and Wales, which the then Justice Secretary David Gauke described as an “important new technology [that] will become a vital tool to increase public protection and strengthen options for tougher community sentences”. In his spare time Oli serves as a Special Constable for Hampshire Constabulary. When not in uniform, Oli can be found at the bottom of his garden trying hard to grow potatoes, or listening to the ups and downs of the English cricket team.