Nadia is the Executive Director of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) since 2013. The NAB is a leading industry association for broadcasters that was established at the advent of South Africa's democracy, to promote a diverse and sustainable broadcasting sector. Prior to joining the NAB, Nadia worked as an independent ICT sector consultant, focusing on strategy and public policy across both telecoms and broadcasting sectors. She also held executive positions in the telecoms industry between 2007 and 2012 and has experience in media education, corporate social investment and the cultural sector. She spent almost a decade in broadcasting and telecoms regulation having worked as a researcher and policy analyst in 1994 at the IBA (broadcasting regulator) where she later served as full time Councillor at the IBA (appointed through Parliament by President Nelson Mandela) and also as a Councillor at ICASA (appointed through Parliament by President Thabo Mbeki) until 2006. She has served as non-executive board member at public sector entities including the SABC, NEMISA, the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) and Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA). She is on the board of Research ICT Africa (based in Cape Town) and Soul City (an NGO focusing on health education). Nadia is an experienced stakeholder manager and government relations expert. She works across both public and private sectors and supports several community projects.