Nadia studied Psychology at university and completed by PGCE in adult education. She has previously taught psychology at an A level standard. In the past, Nadia has volunteered in a drug and alcohol service, supporting service users and their families, including those who have come out of custody.  

Nadia has worked for Pact since 2013 as a FEW, as part of the lottery funding project. and progressed to this role, so people involved in everything operationally. Since her start at Pact she has mobilised services like the Visiting Mum project, courts, probation, and family services and is about to start Restore in Aylesbury and the One Women Centre. 

In asking Nadia why she enjoyed working for pact she responded:  “I love working for Pact- we give hope to families and those affected by imprisonment. What we do is service user responsive, we find solutions and find gaps to create provision to meet the needs of our service users. That’s what I am passionate and proud about. We value the people we create services for, and that is so important to me that we continue to be responsive.”