Nirali Daiya


NousGroup Background Pattern
Having worked as a physiotherapist, Nirali has strong interpersonal skills and is focused on delivering customer-centric results.
She has worked across sectors including public health, insurance and community health. She brings more than six years of professional experience, along with some consulting experience from volunteering at 180-degree consulting. Nirali enjoys challenging projects that compel out-of-the-box thinking. She is always open to feedback and will provide her honest opinion.

Influential work

  • As a community physiotherapist for a small business, helped the team expand from three to six people in two months and the portfolio grow from 100 to 150 active clients in a month
  • As a student consultant for 180 Degree Consulting, delivered a project based on website redesign and restructure, involving in-depth research and creating sample pages using Figma
  • Worked as an integral part of leadership team responsible for implementing strategies to reduce financial leakage at Suncorp CTP insurance
  • Worked on planning and executing a major four-day youth conference in the Gold Coast with 800 delegates aged 14-22, requiring eight months of preparation.

Outside of Nous

Nirali worked as a physiotherapist in clinical and corporate settings for six years, including for New South Wales Health, Suncorp Insurance and for workers compensation and in community work. She then pursued a Master of Management to expand her horizons and make a stronger impact on the community through consulting.

Nirali loves volunteering and has lived and worked in Vietnam as a part of the Hoc Mai scholarship, working at a Hanoi hospital. She does regular voluntary work at her local temple, engaging mostly in youth activities and weekly assemblies.

Nirali has also worked with 180 Degree Consulting. She holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and a Master of Management.

In her spare time...

Nirali is a blue belt in Hapkido (martial arts) and aims to continue to black belt. She loves travelling and spending time with family; especially walking Bambi, her tiny Maltese dog.