Nyasha is a law graduate from Sheffield Hallam University. After completing her studies in 2012 she discovered a passion for working with vulnerable adults. She was employed in various roles within the social care sector, delivering front-line support to individuals with various, complex needs.

Nyasha went on to obtain a master’s degree in social work from the University of Sheffield in 2020.  For several years she has worked as a qualified social worker, supporting the most vulnerable adults across South Yorkshire.

Nyasha is now excited to see how digital transformation can positively drive change within health and social care to continue having a positive impact on others.

I enjoy learning about different cultures through travel, food, and art. I love learning languages and am currently focused on Japanese and French.