Somebody Cares New England Community Liaison and Food Pantry
Nomsa is committed to the defense, maintenance, and development of basic human rights for the World’s diverse population, including refugees, victims of violence and at risk persons. She has been a community service worker with over 30 years of experience advocating for human rights. Responsible for the success of the International Global Exchange Project, a project which has provided leadership training and experience of team work to young people from four continents, as well IRFF’s worldwide commitment to ending world hunger (International Relief Friendship Foundation Inc. in Rome, Italy). She also led WFWP, the Women’s Federation For World Peace, Women Rights are Human Rights workshops with women in Lusaka, Zambia. She has been a downtown Haverhill resident since 1998 and is very active in the community. She served on the board of Community Action Inc. representing the Mayor of Haverhill, is a member of Haverhill’s Downtown Parking Commission, and was on the Mayor’s Public Health Task Force.
Nomsa is a soccer lover and a social soccer player who also enjoys hiking, white water rafting, traveling and serving in her community.