Omri was born in Chicago. At the age of 12 he made aliyah with his parents and grew up in Jerusalem. Omri volunteered in the Nitzana youth village as a counselor in his gap year following high school and then went on to serve as a tank commander in the IDF. After completing his military service he spent three years working as a whitewater rafting guide overseas. In 2007 he returned home to Jerusalem, where he completed a B.A. in international relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. From 2010 to 2013, he was a board member and chairman of Hapoel Katamon Jerusalem Football Club, the first fan-owned club in Israel. He is married to Diklah and together they raise two sons in the city he loves so much. Omri started his work at the Knesset as an English guide for international guests. After completing his studies in 2010, he worked as an editor at the Knesset Channel. In 2012 he joined Rachel Azaria, then Jerusalem councilwoman, as a spokesperson and the first employee of her campaign team for the 2013 city elections. Azaria represents a progressive social agenda advancing gender equality, promoting Jewish pluralism, and easing the cost of living for families. Omri has been in charge of developing political strategy and messages promoting Azaria's agenda and implementing them through grassroots campaigns and various media. Azaria has become a national figure and has risen from city councilwoman, to deputy mayor, and now Knesset member. During this time, Omri has been her senior adviser at City Hall and in the Knesset.