Nada was born and raised in Cairo. Growing up during the Arab spring, it was only natural for her to be interested in politics and human rights. As a teenager, she started working in the social development field, where she later pursued a Law and Legal studies degree and is now an LLB holder. Furthermore, her BA thesis focused on human rights relating to the right to a healthy environment. She has experience working on projects focusing on youth employment, social inclusion, sustainable development, cultural heritage, environmental protection, and legal and policy research. Within CRISP, she is gaining expertise in informal education methods, conflict transformation and peacebuilding.