Natasha is a Next Gen impact investor who manages a private portfolio of active investments. Her sector involvement and pro-active participation in investments focus on themes including food systems, clean tech, gender equality, affordable housing, as well as water, waste, and environmental sanitation.
Natasha is passionate about leveraging her deep network to create sustainable solutions to the world’s most pressing problems. She founded NM Impact Ltd to inspire, motivate and connect like-minded Next Gens and to catalyse increased private capital flows to social enterprises and businesses aiming to “do good”. Together with her engagement in shareholder activism, Natasha seeks to address the disbalance between enterprise business models and their corporate social responsibility.
Natasha actively campaigns on mental health issues, has worked on policy initiatives, helped fundraise and create philanthropic solutions, and is a trustee for United for Global Mental Health and Philanthropy Impact. She also occupies seats on various advisory committees and boards including, the Center for Sustainable Finance and Private Wealth (CSP) at the University of Zurich, the Empower initiative at Harvard Medical School, and she is a founding member of The Conduit social impact membership club.
Natasha holds a BA in Geography; an MSC in the Political Economy of Violence, Conflict, and Development from SOAS University, and is an Alumni of the Impact Investing for the Next Generation course at Harvard Kennedy School. Outside of her work, she was a competitive equestrian show jumper and is currently an avid weightlifter, sports enthusiast, and a contemporary art collector.
Natasha’s work is informed by who she is and her experiences growing up. Her father lived with Bipolar Disorder and Depression for decades, and died by suicide when Natasha was just seventeen years old. The experience of deep trauma and the necessity of having to take on family responsibility as a young woman has shown Natasha the importance of a loving and supportive network – something she knows not everyone is fortunate enough to have.
It is her first-hand experiences that bring empathy and compassion to all areas of Natasha’s work as she seeks to address the injustices that go unnoticed.
As such, Natasha supports both mental health initiatives advocating for mental health policy reform worldwide; and social impact initiatives using business as a force for good. She believes we all have a responsibility to each other and to our environment, and that connecting on shared values will help create more purposeful forms of capitalism. Natasha focuses on ecosystem building – particularly supporting her fellow next gens and badass women.
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