Tadala graduated from Kamuzu College of Nursing in Malawi. She worked in a busy pediatric unit at Zomba Central Hospital for 3 years before joining Global HOPE as a nurse manager/educator. She served on the manager/educator position for 5 years. Her work was mainly focused on caring for children with cancer in oncology ward and teaching pediatric oncology courses to nursing students pursuing post graduate studies at Kamuzu College of Nursing. She is now serving as Assistant Nursing Director for Global HOPE Nursing since 2021. Among her other roles, she is involved in nursing education for nurses across all Global HOPE sites in Malawi, Uganda, Botswana, Tanzania, Rwanda and Kenya. Her focus on clinical excellence and quality improvement has positively contributed to improved patient outcomes. Her first quality improvement project on Improving Peripheral Intravenous Catheter Care for Children with Cancer Receiving Chemotherapy in Malawi helped to reduce extravasation in patients who were receiving chemotherapy from 42% to 4%.
She is currently completing her Master of Science in Public Health at The University of Malawi College of Medicine. She also serves as a member of the Global HOPE Nurse Advisory Council.