As Learning Programme Manager, Nermin is responsible for the Centre's programmes that have an emphasis on teaching, training, and outreach.

She oversees and coordinates the Yale in London study abroad programme, the Graduate Summer Seminar, the Public Lecture course, the Write on Art Prize, the Doctoral Researchers Network (DRN) and the Early Career Researchers Network (ECR) at the Centre.

Nermin also liaises with the Art History Matters Network to support colleagues at other institutions working to promote the study of art history at schools and universities in the UK.

She has a BA(Hons) in Classics and Art History from McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada and an MA in Classical Art and Archaeology from Kings College, University of London.