Nusha joined the Immigrant Council of Ireland in 2004 and is the gender and anti-trafficking expert. This role sees her coordinate policy, research, advocacy and campaigns relating to anti-trafficking and gender-related migration issues for the organisation. Since 2007, Nusha and the anti-trafficking team have been delivering diverse activities, including production of reports and submissions, policy analysis, campaigning and support to the law centre in trafficking cases. Originally from Bulgaria, Nusha is a qualified engineer and holds a Master of Arts Degree in Intercultural Studies from Dublin City University. In 2008, Nusha became the first migrant woman elected to the National Women’s Council of Ireland board. During 2013 and 2014, Nusha served as the elected Chair of the European Network of Migrant Women, a pan-European network. Since 2014, Nusha has been undertaking an employment-based PhD at the School of Social Justice, UCD, funded by the Irish Research Council.