Nadra has been involved in the field of social care for over 40 years. Her background is in training and education, which has been the passion that drives her towards a quality service, underpinned and provided by a skilled workforce. Nadra has been Chairman of NCA since 2001 and is a trustee of Royal British Legion Industries and Governor at Canterbury Christchurch University. She also is the Co-Convenor of the Cavendish Coalition, formed to work with the NHS and Unison to support workforce issues in Health and Social Care pre-Brexit. Additionally, Nadra also holds various positions within voluntary organisations, delivering services to vulnerable people in the community. These include Vice President of HiKent a charity supporting people with hearing loss, Patron of Rochdale Housing supporting older citizens through a pathway of care and support and Spadeworks which is a charity to support younger adults with Learning Disabilities to learn skills and run a garden centre. She has been a member of a number of government advisory committees in the DHSC including a number at Ministerial level and been a member on government Taskforces. Through the Covid pandemic Nadra has been the respected voice of care providers consistently both privately with DHSC and publicly. A regular contributor to journals and conferences and is frequently called upon by major media networks to represent the views of social care providers both nationally and internationally. In 2006 she was awarded the OBE for her services to Social Care and the following year was appointed Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Kent and a Kent Ambassador. Nadra has been the recipient of many awards within the care sector from Care Personality to ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Business Community’.