In 2010, Lusha was appointed Ambassador of Prince Harry's charity, Sentebale. At the age of twelve, Lusha began a modeling career in Michigan.
At the age of seven, Lusha moved to Michigan where she and her mother reunited with her great uncle Dr. After a few months of professional modeling and acting in local theater plays, she was discovered by a Hollywood talent agent who held an open call in Detroit, Michigan.
For her writing, Lusha also says, "In any art form, we have a responsibility to infuse a little color, compassion, movement into our society. It must impact, animate a little tug and pull in our world to stay alive and relevant." Lusha launched her career as a model and theater actress in Michigan.
While residing in her hometown, Lusha's first theatrical role was a nonspeaking, background character in her school's production of Up and Away.
Soon after moving to California, Lusha was selected as the principle fashion model in a multinational Back-to-School J. Penney television campaign which aired in America and South America, and was cast in the Alanis Morissette Music Video, Hands Clean.
Then in 2000 it was Lusha's television debut with a guest appearance on the Disney Channel series, Lizzie Mc Guire as the character Olivia in the episode Last Year's Model.
In December 2009, Lusha joined the original cast of George Lopez for a televised reunion on Lopez Tonight.
During the live reunion taping, when asked about her experiences on the show, Lusha said: "it is the show that keeps giving.
The show was executive produced by Academy Award winner Sandra Bullock and Bruce Helford.
That following year, the George Lopez show won an Emmy and was established as the second-longest-running sitcom in television history to star a Hispanic lead, after I Love Lucy.
To this date, it continues to be Nick at Nite's highest rated series.