Nina is dual qualified in Law and Chartered Accountancy, and has enjoyed a diverse 25-year career with high profile roles in the corporate, public, regulatory and charity sectors (including private healthcare where she began her working life).

She has lived and worked for 12 years in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, her leadership experience extends to governance, strategy, consumer, stakeholder engagement, regulation, policy, corporate finance, audit, risk management, programme and change management and operations. Her executive career includes 10 years advising consumer businesses at various stages of their lifecycle (including UK & global financial insurers), followed by 10 years in leadership roles at the UK’s financial regulator (including as Chief of Staff and Principal Private Secretary to the Chair during the global financial crisis).

After leading the establishment of the new consumer focused financial regulator, and a secondment to Age UK to inform the strategy of placing consumer needs at the heart of this regulatory mandate, in 2015 she changed focus towards a Non Executive career.  She is currently on the following Boards: Charity Commission for England & Wales; Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, where she also chairs the Workforce Committee; and National Residential Landlords Association.