Nina began her career in the UK in the Leicestershire Constabulary. She displayed tenacity and determination in her Police role with an interest in protection for dignitaries, children, undercover operations, surveillance and investigations. She worked on cases that involved kidnapping, murders, drugs raids, vice and deception. She was the recipient of four commendations that she received in her role as a detective in CID and major crime.
After 15 years as a detective she completely switched careers to radio and then TV, taking her skills, training and experience in surveillance, interrogation and informant-running to investigative journalism. Nina's documentary Undercover Copper, and the behind-the-scenes footage received a number of award nominations including UK Woman of the Year and a BAFTA nomination. This was followed by a hit series Undercover Mum working undercover to expose organisations and individuals harming kids. Nina is an expert in both personal and corporate security, frequently called upon as an expert by the media.
Nina and her family arrived in Australia in 2008 where Nina quickly established herself as a force to be reckoned with in the Investigation and Security world and in 2014 she and her business were finalists in both the Telstra Business Award for Best Business and Business Woman of the Year, Corporate category.
Her charity work and passion includes being on the front line with the Save African Rhino Foundation. Nina's remarkable story is personal, heart-warming and told with humour making you laugh and cry. She's a fascinating and dynamic storyteller, motivating audiences in unexpected ways referencing her unique career and willingness to try, fail and try again.