Nicole is the eldest daughter of Pentecostal missionaries who work in Tanzania. A distinguished graduate of Cornerstone Leadership Academy in Rwanda, she has been involved with the Africa Youth Leadership Forum and Youth Impact Mission Rwanda. These organizations align with her vision of building a new generation of African leaders that work towards reconciliation and unity in Rwanda. Volunteering as an executive member of Builders of Hope for Africa, she has led successful initiatives including raising donations for school fees to help disadvantaged children remain in school, teaching English to children and the elderly, and building a house for a woman in her neighborhood. A recipient of the MasterCard Foundation Scholarship, she is attending the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University where she studies Supply Chain Management and Global Logistics Management. Nicole is a member of ASU's Association for Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA). She also mentors a freshman in the MasterCard program. During summer 2015 she interned with the Rwanda Development Board in Rwanda. The next year, she worked on the Last Mile Project for Target. In 2017, Nicole worked with SHE-CAN mentor Amanda Arch as a supply chain intern at Kasha.