"Our diversity is our strength."

King Osei Gyan is a first generation graduate who now works as part of the executive team at Right to Dream.

King graduated from Right to Dream in 2004 and was awarded a scholarship to attend Dunn School in California. Whilst at Dunn, King was named in the NSCAA/Adidas Boys High School All-America Team and was awarded the California State Player of the Year for 2005.

In 2006, King joined English side Fulham. Following a loan spell at Belgian club, Germinal Beerschot, and having overcome a career-threatening injury, King secured a move to Viking FK in the Norwegian Premier League before joining Swedish outfit Halmstads BK.

During his playing career, King achieved a significant milestone for Right to Dream, becoming the first ever graduate to represent Ghana at international level when he appeared for the Black Stars in a friendly fixture against Tanzania in 2008. 

After retiring from from football in 2016, King made the decision to return to the academy and immediately joined the leadership team. King now oversees several operations within the academy, looking after key relationships as well as delivering football coaching and the academy's Stage 3 Character Development curriculum.