Nina is a Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft. She focuses on supporting public sector clients with their cloud applications and infrastructures. Prior to this, she worked in the Technology, Data & Analytics practice at PwC, where she specialised in project and programme management as well as data analytics across a variety of industries, including financial services, utilities, logistics, manufacturing, etc. She has a degree in Psychology from the University of Birmingham.

Nina is passionate about diversity and inclusion, mental health and youth engagement. Nina is the Head of Grants of GirlDreamer, an NGO that supports the personal and professional development of millennial and Gen Z women of colour, where she also co-chaired the GirlDreamer Advisory Board. She has been working with Beatfreaks on multiple Don't Settle curator programmes funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, which empowers young people of colour from Birmingham and the Black Country to change the voice of heritage through the arts, research, and governance.

Nina is an advocate of gender equality and Women in Tech. She is WeAreTheCity’s TechWomen100 Winner 2019 and Computing’s Digital Technology Leaders Awards Digital Hero of the Year 2020. She is featured on Yahoo Finance’s HERoes 100 Women Future Leaders List 2020 and 2021. She has mentored young people as well as social enterprises.

"There is no greater cost to society than unfulfilled potential. It is such a powerful statement that Power2 stands for as an organisation which aligns with my belief.

Being a queer woman of colour, a first-generation immigrant and the first person in my family to receive higher education, the work that Power2 does is extremely important and close to my heart.

I feel so honoured and excited to join the board of Power2 as a trustee to support young people through this difficult time by equipping them with the necessary professional and personal skills and knowledge and providing them with the resources and opportunities to achieve a positive life trajectory and a bright future."