As a passionate, hardworking individual and lawyer by profession, Nasra is driven by the relentless pursuit of making a positive impact, providing practical solutions, and adding value to clients and the organisations I serve in as they seek to overcome their business and legal challenges, in an ever changing and fast paced world.
It is with this objective that she aims to provide sustainable solutions to the ever-changing issues that plague the businesses she support, the economy and society. Nasra has a keen interest in analysing how the many facets in a business, and society come together in either making or breaking its progress.
She has a passion for ESG and believes that doing things sustainably serves us all, and it is with this in mind that she wants champion the African agenda, as the Chair for the Africa Regional Network, at the World Green Building Council.
Nasra enjoys the interplay between law, business and human rights, law, business and environmental issues. In this regard, she also enjoys policy work and working with key stakeholders to shape and direct industries, and it is for this reason, she took the role with the Kenya Green Building Society as both CEO & ESG Lead, and has been active as a Public Policy and Advocacy committee member of the Kenya Property Developers Association (KPDA), and is now a member of the Affordable Housing Taskforce in KPDA too. Nasra also participated in the key stakeholder exercise with the Nairobi Stock Exchange by contributing to comments to the ESG Disclosure Guidance Manual.
Nasra is also a special elect member of County Assembly, at the Nairobi City County Assembly, where she champions sustainability, with a focus on the urban agenda, women, youth and minorities, a technical assistant in the taskforce on Re-Engineering & Transformation of Urban Development in Kenya, and part of the Global Policy Taskforce at the World Green Building Council.