Nile began her social service career as a community development associate at World Vision International-Eswatini. Upon relocating to the United States, she completed her Bachelor of Social Work at Lincoln University of Missouri. While at Lincoln, she was a board member at Faith Voices for Jefferson City which specialized in policy change and social justice advocacy. She also interned at Catholic Charities working with refugees. As part of her social work development, she worked for the Missouri Department of Mental Health as a forensic rehabilitation specialist in the state’s maximum-security state hospital. Upon graduation, she relocated to Colorado and earned a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. While at UCCS, she completed her internship with the Lyda Hill Institute for Human Resilience – Veterans Health and Trauma Clinic working with veterans and first responders. Nile and her family are relocating to Virginia this summer and enjoy hiking, camping, and sightseeing.