Nyasha: A Zimbabwean you should know

Nyasha Zimucha is a TV Personality/Entrepreneur/Beauty Expert living in South Africa, but you can tell by her first and last name she is Zimbabwean for sure. I read her Resume and man!! I had to blog about this. She has got 10 000 facebook fans and was named “One of the Top Ten Visionaries of 2009” by New York based African Mag — list included Alicia Keys, Tyler Perry, Dambisa Moyo and President Obama.
She has hosted/appeared on ESPN for the NFL, several events for Fashion TV including the opening in East London, and WEtv as the comic opinionated judge with an edge on "Little Miss Perfect" season 1 and 2. Nyasha emceed at Americas Perfect Model search in Disney, spoke on segments for BBC World, presented at the "15th Annual Time for Peace Film and Music Awards," and President Barack Obama’s "Purple Inaugural Ball" with Ashley Judd. During her recent reign as Miss Africa USA, she founded the Global Citizen Campaign, a non-profit organization commited to helping five charities across the globe, which help the education, human rights, livelihood, health and US troops rehabilitation sectors.

Nyasha credits her driven spirit to working under people like Donald Trump, as an Assistant State Director and a beauty consultant for the NBC/Miss Universe, Inc in Florida. Her broad professional, social and travel experiences influence her knowledge in global pop culture, fashion and music. Early training in television included Sherry Faith Actors Studio and Marc Durso, who taught her techniques from Tony Award winner Uta Hagan.

Her extensive background in the entertainment and beauty world as a consultant, lead her to become the CEO and Founder of Embrace Your Hair. The company is the World's First Exclusive Hairnista site and hair extension and wig company. Embrace Your Hair makes sustainable hair products for the every day woman, with Hollywood insider style secrets. Zimucha also works with fashion designers creating runway hair looks at Mercdes Benz Fashion Week.

When asked about her future goals she answered, “I love connecting the worlds I work in, being a part of television and pop-culture trends behind and in front of the scenes as I live it everyday.”
Mungwadzi Godwin

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