Nsedu is Executive Director of the Children’s Environmental Health Network in Washington, D,C., a national organization that works to protect the developing child from environmental health hazards and promote a healthier environment. Nse is trained in public health and medical sciences, and brings a broad background in teaching, publishing, presenting and policy advocacy, including testifying before Congress. She is a member of the Institute of Medicine’s Environmental Health Sciences Roundtable, advisor to the Columbia Center for Children’s Health and the Environment, and is appointed to the Maryland Children’s Environmental Health Protection Advisory Council. Nse has worked with the National Institutes of Health-D.C. Initiative to Reduce Infant Mortality at the George Washington University School of Public Health; the Transplant Recipients International Organization; and with the Washington Free Clinic. She is an active member of the American Public Health Association. Nse has a Masters in Public Health from George Washington University.