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At Biodiversity & Environment Africa, (or B & E Africa), Nicolette is responsible for managing Sponsor Promotions & Client Relations. She also contributes content on Health and Wellbeing for our Biodiversity & Environment Africa e-Magazine. By extension, her role finds her engaging both creatively and proactively with role players and sponsors from various related sectors, eagerly assisting with your key promotional objectives.

Nicolette completed her tertiary education in social sciences, humanities and romance languages through the University of the Witwatersrand (WITS) and UNISA.Subsequently, her drive for making a difference lead her to the complementary health world where she is a registered Therapeutic Reflexologist & Meridian Therapist. Over the past 16 years, Nicolette has run her practice in Johannesburg providing treatments that offer strong support in bringing about stress relief, healing and recovery from illness, and a sense of greater vitality for people of all ages, from all walks of life. She has written several magazine articles and an e-book called Earthing The Wired Generation -Stress Relief for Busy Kids, available on Amazon.com.

And if you’re pondering about why you should be speaking to Nicolette at all about coming on board with B & E Africa :

Well, on my side, there isn’t a lot of scientific and technical knowledge about the ecological field that I have, I leave that to the highly qualified and experienced experts in our team. At a ‘heart level’ though, I am sold on being involved with protecting biodiversity, especially when it comes to forests , even if this means raising awareness through our platform and helping to run our environmental services in a way that stands out and counts. I want to be involved in the solution and the BIGGER PICTURE. ‘Wellbeing’, in all senses of the word, individually, societally, and globally, now and for the future, is inextricably tied in with nature. We can not fully care for ourselves & one another without looking after and being with the natural world.

Thank you for taking the time to get to know us a little!”