Nadia has undertaken work on a wide range of Indigenous and historical sites across Victoria, from busy inner-city developments to isolated rural surveys. She has project managed several of these excavations and has written or co-written numerous reports and cultural heritage management plans (CHMPs). Nadia has undertaken the cataloguing of historical artefact collections from excavations within Victoria and Sydney, as well as writing the artefact analysis reports for these sites. She has also managed the on-site artefact processing on a large-scale historical project in Bendigo. She has taken part in the preparation of display schemes for the installation of historical artefacts with in Melbourne’s CBD. Nadia has created and run bi-annual archaeology workshops for Ivanhoe Girls Grammar in 2018 and 2019. She loves working with young groups and inspiring an interest in the past, one student was able to fully explain the history of the "Willow" pattern from watching Antiques Roadshow. Nadia's own interest in studying the past began in primary school, watching SBS history documentaries of Henry VIII with her mum and sister.