Nkosana’s mission is to advance humanity through leadership and governance. His professional interests lie at the intersect of business, government and civil society.

At present, Nkosana is a PhD scholar at the University of Queensland, where he graduated with a Bachelors of Business Management First Class Honours, and as Valedictorian of the Business School. As a researcher, Nkosana explores multiculturalism in the workplace. His research has won Best Conference Paper Awards at the European and American Academies of Management, the leading professional associations for management scholars globally.

Outside of academia, Nkosana has co-founded and served as CEO of a Telstra funded software company. He also founded CYALA - the Council for Young Africans Living Abroad, and for 3 years, was managing director. In recognition of his entrepreneurial work, in 2018, the Queensland Government named Nkosana Outstanding Young Achiever of the Year for fostering social cohesion through entrepreneurship.

Drawing on his industry and academic knowledge, Nkosana is a non-executive director with experience across the private, government and non-profit sectors, in a statutory and advisory board capacity. He currently serves as an Advisory Council Member for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation where he provides advice to the Board on matters relating to the corporation’s broadcasting programs.

An accomplished keynote speaker, Nkosana presented at the 2018 Commonwealth Games Trade and Investment Conference and at Oxfam Australia's "How do we make change happen in a post-truth world?" forum. He also presented at TEDxUQ with a talk titled, "The Phenomenal Mindset of Africa's Future Leaders”.