“I’m very conscious of the fact that you can’t do it alone. It’s teamwork. When you do it alone you run the risk that when you are no longer there nobody else will do it.” ― Wangari Maathai
As Strategy and Research lead responsible for partnerships and advocacy, Natasha leads ANF’s efforts to connect and build the field of narrative changemakers and to make narrative evidence based and relevant to African conversations.
Natasha is passionate about the amplification of African voices and strongly believes that shifting harmful narratives will lead to increased positive attitudes, perceptions and beliefs about the endless possibilities and opportunities within the continent.
Before joining Africa No Filter, Natasha was the Head of Partnerships and Programmes at Shujaaz Inc. Prior to this, she was an Academy Fellow at Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs where she focused on gender-responsive devolution in Kenya.
She has also held senior positions at the Kenya Law Reform Commission and the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution.
A lawyer by profession, Natasha has extensive experience in public policy, constitution implementation, devolution and governance in East Africa. She holds a Master’s degree in Public Economics, Law and Politics and a Bachelor’s Degree in Law (LLB).
Natasha currently serves on the boards of Akili Dada and Mzalendo Trust.