A dedicated marketing and communications professional, Natasha provides strategic guidance to high-profile organizers, entrepreneurs, and investors. Her passion is to help people find their purpose, understand their true impact, and develop authentic brands. Clients also include early stage consumer startups, venture capital firms, and diversity funds.
Most recently, she led marketing and communications strategy at Honor, advancing the technology company's growth, mission, and achievements in innovation. Before joining Honor, Natasha developed an award-winning strategic health equity messaging campaign for the Massachusetts Alliance under a $5M Centers for Disease Control grant. Prior to this, she worked on the health equity team at the Brigham and Women's Hospital where she crafted strategic communications and integrated tech trainings with city and health officials.
In 2013, Natasha also co-founded noteenshame.org to educate policymakers, school administrators, and healthcare professionals on strategies and policies to reduce the stigma that impedes young people's access to quality care. Over 900 people and 24 organizations joined the movement as partners across the country, including the ACLU and National Women's Law Center.
A mental health advocate, Natasha also serves as an advisor to Anxy Magazine and an Ittleson Consultant for the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry.