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A frequent appearance in national news and television, Natasha’s name has become one of an exceptional group of women who are speaking out against domestic abuse and VAWG across society. Natasha is in regular contact with MP's and Ministers plus her work with the Metropolitan Police.

Currently there is not enough of a safety net for victims of domestic abuse and Natasha is determined to become the voice she needed to hear when she was in what felt like a hopeless situation. Legal recourse for so many types of abuse falls short, and legislation such as the Online Safety Bill must go further to prevent more victims feeling abandoned and vulnerable.

Natasha has featured in media including Refinery29, Huffington Post, The Daily Telegraph, Sky News, BBC News, Al Jazeeera, OK!, New Statesmen, Sunday Mirror and more. During the first lockdown she helped raise over £500k with Chelsea Football Club and began her campaign which led to a change in the law under the Domestic Abuse Act 2021.​

Natasha's well received BBC Radio 4 show is to be turned into an audiobook in late 2022. It focused on #TheNakedThreat campaign and featured voices including Domestic Abuse Commissioner Nicole Jacobs and the Chair of the Chair of the Women and Equalities Committee Caroline Noakes MP. Natasha played an integral part in seeing the law changed and threats to share intimate images finally made illegal and continues to push for further protection for victims of abuse throughout society.

​Now Natasha regularly delivers lived experience talks and facilitates at the Metropolitan Police, which aims to educate their new officers on lived experiences from community members and offer a safe environment for discussion to promote growth and development. Natasha also delivers a variant of tailored lectures to other police forces, public offices and private corporate clients across all sectors including finance, healthcare and legal.

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Domestic abuse: ‘I was gripped by terror he would share something so intimate’


Britain urged to make 'revenge porn' threats a crime

Chelsea FC

Chelsea FC matches donations to raise over 500k for Refuge Charity

BBC Radio 4

#TheNakedThreat - Natasha interviews Domestic Abuse Commissioner Nicole Jacobs and Chair of the Women and Equalities Committee Caroline Nokes, amongst others, asking why threats to share intimate images is still not a crime in England and Wales.


I Know What It’s Like To Be Locked In With Your Abuser. I Also Know There’s A Way Out

BBC Women's Hour

Discussing the powerful book Keeper by Jessica Moor on BBC Women's Hour with Jenni Murray


Ok Magazine and Refuge Closet Clearout Case Stories alongside celebrities raising money for the UK Charity

New Statesmen

“It’s your own little prison”: Domestic abuse victims were trapped long before lockdown


60 Years of Avon: Meet our inspiring women​ Tulsi, Natasha, Krishma, Natalie, Georgia, Abi and Gionvanna Fletcher


“My abusive ex threatened to post my intimate photos online – and it’s still not a crime”

ITV News

#SafetyinaNumber campaign including coverage at Piccadilly Circus

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