Mustafa Suleyman

Mustafa Suleyman
Oxford
strategy, process design, facilitation

Mustafa Suleyman is a serial entrepreneur who dropped out of Oxford University at the age of 19 to help start the telephone counselling service Muslim Youth Helpline, building it to become one of the largest mental health support services of its kind in the UK.

Shortly after, he worked for the Mayor of London Ken Livingstone as a policy officer focusing on human rights and terrorism. He then joined as a partner in Reos Partners, opening the UK office, and working in every area of the business from facilitation and negotiation to sales and business development. In 2011 Mustafa co-founded DeepMind Technologies, a London based artificial intelligence company building general purpose learning algorithms.

He remains actively involved with Reos both as a friend and an advisor.