An Introduction to the Team: Laura Nisoli

Who are you, and what is your role?

My name is Laura Nisoli. I was born and raised in Zambia, and came to the UK for university. I am a Recruitment Consultant working primarily within the UX and Analytics markets. 

What attracted you to Innova?

I was intrigued from the first moment I heard of Innova and immediately wanted to know more. The chance to learn first-hand from industry experts and be guided by them was an unmissable opportunity. The fact that Innova is a start up with so much potential was a bonus. The entire process from the first call to meeting the team was an absolute dream! 

Tell us something interesting about yourself. 

I love travelling and experiencing new cultures. My current countries-I've-travelled-to count is18, and I hope to make it loads more soon. I have also met a 103-year-old turtle and for me that’s as good as meeting a dinosaur. It was such a unique and incredible experience that I may have cried.

What’s your favourite way to spend a day off?

My favourite way to spend my day off is taking a walk to see new places and get my steps in for the day. I am a big foodie so I usually find something interesting and different to cook or bake. When I am not doing that I enjoy watching documentaries and murder mysteries.

If your life were a movie, what scene would you watch over and over again?

If my life were a movie, I would want to watch me getting my Yielding Tree Charity award when I was graduating high school. Not just for the award but for my reaction when it was announced.

Who’s your ideal dinner guest?

Michelle Obama. She’s incredibly smart and actively inspiring and helping people all over the world. She also had a garden in the Whitehouse so I’m hoping for some good tips in that department, too.

What three fictional characters would you say best describes you?

Pumba from the Lion King because I am always up for an adventure… for the food! Dora The Explorer because I love to explore and problem solving. And Lilo from Lilo and Stitch because Ohana means family and family means no one gets left behind. 

Hmm, I really should add a ‘grown-up’ one so just in case I’ll say Jessica Fletcher from Murder She Wrote. We have a connection. 

Meet the rest of the team here!