In 2017, Jozie became the first postholder for a role in public engagement with research at the Museum. Through this role, she facilitates seemingly unconnected groups to exchange ideas, share experiences and speak together in the Museum. Jozie has previously worked at the Foundling Museum in London. She joined the Pitt Rivers Museum in 2013 as Programming and Communications Lead for the VERVE project, which was supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Her background is in material anthropology and museum ethnography (University of Oxford) and English Literature (Queen Mary, University of London). She has held a trusteeship for an intersectional youth empowerment charity, Young Women’s Music Project (2015–18).