Nyasha graduated with a BA in Humanities at Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada. She has a passion for philosophy and history, with a special interest in Afrocentrism: its creation, meaning and implication on African identity.
She is also a keen observer of people believing that the relationship between the body and storytelling reveals interesting aspects of human psychology. She took part in a research program that aimed to identify the relationship between Shona storytelling and gesture. She is also intrigued by how stories differ depending on socio-economic conditions and cultural perceptions. She is interested in helping people tell their stories uniquely and effectively.
She enjoys writing and editing, as well as, reading diverse research material in a bid to understand a broad range of issues. She is enthusiastic, curious and always looking to explore how we communicate with one another and the world at large.