Nyasha Laing is an impact advisor, producer, creative documentarian, and lawyer uplifting the stories of leaders, cultures, and global communities. She leads the research, design, and production of innovative, public-private campaigns to advance racial and reparative justice, women’s and youth’s leadership, and environmental resilience.
Her strategy and narrative change work includes mobilizing donors, forging international media partnerships, engaging audiences for award-winning PBS films, and designing culturally-relevant curricula and content.
Her clients include grassroots organizations, governments, creatives, and intergovernmental agencies in the US, UK, Caribbean, Central America, East Africa, and South Asia.
Her independent storytelling explores freedom, inspiration, and inheritance. Her written and produced work has been featured in and on Yes Magazine, BKLYNR, the BBC World Service, Redfish Media, and Africa Is A Country, among others.
She is a graduate of Yale University and NYU Law School.
- Yale University – Black Sacred Arts Conference
- New York University – Trauma, Hope, and Healing
- Art Museum of the Americas
- WOMEX – World Music Films
- Johannesburg Film Festival
- Arise Television
- Rush Arts Gallery
- BBC World Service
- National Public Radio
- Pan-African International Film Festival
- Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
- New York Women in Film and Television