Nebulla is the Program Coordinator of the B.O.L.D (Breath of Life Dorchester) Teens, where she is expanding the program into the Fields Corner Site at the Dorchester House Multi-Service Center. Currently a graduate student at Brandeis University, Nebulla is pursuing her Masters in Anthropology with a research focus in medical anthropology, community empowerment and engagement. Her research builds on her undergraduate work at Tufts University, where she looked at tobacco advertising targeting of African American youth. Nebulla also volunteers for Healing Our Land, a grassroots HIV/AIDS faith-based awareness initiative, and serves as a board member of the Codman Square Neighborhood Council. Formerly she worked as a Training Coordinator and Research Assistant at John Snow Inc., a public health consulting firm.