Nsuku is a hydrogeology graduate from South Africa. She is passionate about the development of sustainable water strategies and the improvement of water management at local to international levels. She is particularly passionate about transboundary water management and the implementation of water reuse and recycling projects. She holds a BSc degree in Environmental and Engineering Geology and a BSc honours degree in Hydrogeology, both from the University of Pretoria in South Africa. She is also a member of the Groundwater Division of the Geological Society of South Africa (GSSA). Before coming to Oxford, Nsuku served as an environmental officer at Zibulo Colliery, an Anglo-American coal mine in South Africa. Nsuku intends to advance her understanding of policy-making and the social issues that surround water management. Upon her return home, she plans to establish her non-profit company, Boundless Water, which seeks to conduct water community projects to meet the triple bottom line (people, planet and profit) and improve the sharing of ideas on water issues through creating a water professionals’ network. Nsuku is also a poet and an aspiring writer and hopes to use her creative skills to better communicate on the issues she is passionate about.