Natalie is one of the original founding members of TIGER way back in October 2012. Natalie believes that TIGER highlights the true potential of young people by empowering and uniting them to become their authentic and ever- changing self, without fear of judgment, so that they can just finally focus on the stuff that matters.
Her experiences include working as a tutor at Lancaster University working with media and culture undergraduate students, a researcher and workshop facilitator with the charity EACH (Educational Action Challenging Homophobia), a project coordinator for the charity Envision and a team leader working with ICS (a government funded initiative) supporting young people in Malawi on a social action project empowering women living with HIV and Aids.
Natalie is also passionate about coffee, Frida Khalo, The Spice Girls (who isn’t?!?) and her little human Ruben.
TIGER is a Bristol-based, not-for-profit workers’ co-operative that run unique participant- led workshop programmes, exhibitions and resources aiming to provide a supportive platform for young people to critically understand their identity, gender-based barriers, and how gender inequality can be challenged in their own lives and beyond, leaving a lasting legacy for the next generation.