Nicola represents the British Humanist Association and was elected as President of IHEYO in August 2014. Previously she served as Treasurer and helped with the coordination of IHEYO activities in The Philippines, Uganda and The Netherlands.
She first became actively involved in Humanism in 2007. This was when she left her Yorkshire village moved to Leeds to study Molecular Genetics. In her first week of university she joined the Humanist society there. She spent 3 years on the committee holding the positions: Secretary, Interfaith Coordinator and Humanist Chaplain. Later Nicola went on to be Secretary of the national student Humanist movement in the UK and Ireland (The AHS). Throughout Nicola's voluntary involvement within Humanism, she has always tried to use her positions not only to strengthen the organisations, but also to benefit humanity as a whole, trying to encourage charity, inclusiveity, and interfaith.
Nicola is a lifelong Humanist, whilst also proud of her Jewish heritage. She enjoys taking photographs, blogging and traveling. After working on 3 continents, she now lives in London, she sings in the British Humanist Association Choir and works as an Administrator/Estimator for a high end bespoke Furniture Company.