Nyasha Laing is a documentarian, impact producer, writer and lawyer focused on the stories of leaders, cultures, and communities. She has forged media partnerships in over ten countries, raised awareness for award-winning social justice films, and built mentorship training programs that have served over 1000 youth. She has served as a consultant, partnerships advisor, researcher and storyteller for grassroots networks, advocacy campaigns, international governments and intergovernmental organizations for 15 years.
Her independent storytelling explores themes of loss, regeneration, and freedom and has been featured in and on the Los Angeles Pan-African Film Festival, BBC World Service, and numerous publications. Nyasha is a graduate of Yale University and New York University School of Law.