Nyasha is a Mastercard Foundation scholar from Michigan State University who majored in plant breeding, genetics and biotechnology. She is also a BSc honors graduate in biotechnology from Chinhoyi University of Technology, Zimbabwe. Nyasha served as the 2016 AGCO Africa Ambassador, advocating for agricultural reforms across the African continent. More recently, she was a speaker at the 2019 Oxford Farming Conference. She also participated in the World Food Prize’s Borlaug Dialogue in both 2014 and 2018. Additionally, she is a member of the Global Farmers Network, a proud Global Youth Ambassador fellow of the United Nations initiative “A World at School” and a 2016 Young African Leaders Initiative fellow as an emerging young leader. She was a 2019 Alliance for Science Global Leadership Fellow. Her dream is to help her continent see the importance of biotechnology in agriculture and use it to improve the livelihoods of African smallholder farmers.