Natalie is smiling as she sits on a cane chair in a courtyard surrounded by lush green plants. She is wearing a bright turquoise blazer and button necklace with her long hair pulled back in a bun.

Instigator | Writer | Speaker

Everyone should be empowered to reach their full potential. Natalie’s a creative, strategic thinker whose passion for meaningful engagement is contagious.

For almost 10 years, she has advocated for, created and facilitated opportunities for communities to contribute.

She’s solved problems for local government, commercial and for-purpose businesses. With a background in the arts, public participation and entrepreneurship, Natalie has experience transferring a diverse skill set into new situations. It’s not uncommon to see her running at a challenge with creativity and a can-do attitude.

In 2021, Natalie was recognised by Western Sydney University as Young Women of the West for her sustained commitment to creative, meaningful community engagement.


A HSC art exhibition in the middle of a shopping centre. It is opening night and people are mingling with young artists and the organisers.

Empower communities

Community engagement and development

Services include: leading co-design workshops to design solutions for local problems, curating place activation and project managing community development projects.

Recyclable coasters promote an opportunity to "have your say" on a night time economy strategy

Community insights

Inclusive public participation on strategies, policies and projects

Participatory democracy is legislated, and the public expect to have a say in decision making. We can work within your constraints to design, deliver and evaluate inclusive participatory democracy processes.

A panel discussion about the arts in Western Sydney. The facilitator sits on the left, followed by four panellists on a couch.

Knowledge sharing

Speaker / Facilitator / Advisor

Talking with senior management teams, sector forums, students and community groups on topics such as: young entrepreneurs, arts development in Western Sydney, curating outside of galleries and designing meaningful engagement.