Nicole is motivated by the prospect of African development and women empowerment. She believes that everyone should have the right to pursue what they think is meaningful. In the future, she wants to help marginalized communities and women in the Global South.
She was the winner of a policy making event with Her Majesty’s Cabinet Office, and visited 10 Downing Street. Her team was able to produce four possible solutions to the problem of disinformation in the media. She also interned with an international NGO in Peru and helped administer healthcare in mobile clinics around Lima, and published an essay on Women, Peace and Security in the Juncture politics journal. She speaks French fluently, and has also been a TEDx Speaker. She is currently in the LSE Programme for African Leadership (PfAL).
Nicole holds a Bachelor’s in Economics and Development from the University of Manchester, where she graduated with a First Class Honours degree. She is currently pursuing an MSc in International Development and Humanitarian Emergencies at the LSE.