Aside from managing the team, Nomai also works for ANZ as an Executive Assistant, and has helped to deliver the financial literacy programmes MoneyMinded to rugby players - so they are better prepared for life after their sporting careers.
And she likes to think that some of her lessons are sinking in, too.
Back in 2016, Nomai visited with the Fiji Olympic Sevens team when they were preparing for Rio, speaking about the importance of saving money and investing wisely.
She says this year she had caught up with one of the boys from that squad, who had since invested in several properties around Fiji.
Being a manager in a male-dominated sport can be challenging, and Nomai sometimes has to remind people that rugby club managers can be women, too – like when event organisers forget to unlock the women’s bathrooms, or mistake her for medical staff.
“Managing the boys has been a learning curve for me,” she said. “Staying as a team, running as a team - whether we win or lose - we are a team.”
Nomai hopes to continue guiding players towards success, both on the field and in their life after rugby – but for now, she’s savouring the Olympic victory, along with the rest of Fiji.
“It comes with tears, sweat and silent heartaches for these boys - it’s more than just a game - it changes lives.”