Prior to joining NPNA, Nur led the Worker Organizing program at Filipino Advocates for Justice where she campaigned for the rights of the over 300,000 domestic workers previously excluded from basic labor rights and protections in California. She brings with her almost a decade of experience in organizing and coalition building in the immigrant rights movement. After moving to the United States in 2015, Nur played key roles in different organizations and coalitions in the San Francisco Bay Area focused on achieving self-determination and equity for historically disenfranchised and marginalized working class immigrant communities. Rooted in her commitment to economic and social justice both here and abroad, she dedicates her free time to the human rights struggle in the Philippines and the international struggle against militarism, state violence, and displacement. Nur holds a degree in Speech and Organizational Communication from the University of the Philippines.