Natasha Martin-Mitchell is the development officer responsible for Indigenous Entrepreneurs for Women in Business New Brunswick. Natasha has over ten years experience collaborating, engaging and consulting with Indigenous Peoples.
She brings a wealth of expertise in the areas of program and service delivery, occupational health and safety and project management and looks forward to sharing her knowledge and passion with women entrepreneurs.
Passionate, ambitious and motivated, Natasha obtained a Diploma in General Arts and Science/Aboriginal Studies from Algonquin College. She has a Certificate of Leadership Studies, a Bachelor of Integrated Studies (Indigenous & Adult Education) and a Masters of Adult Education from UNB. Furthermore, this decorated scholar has also been honoured with a variety of prestigious bursaries and scholarships.
A true collaborator and community minded
A true collaborator, Natasha has established and maintained lasting partnerships with internal and external stakeholders. She has liaised with all levels of government in her previous positions with Public Safety Canada (PSC), Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC), Indian Claims Commission (ICC) and the Assembly of First Nations (AFN).
This community-minded individual is a board member for the Gignoo Women’s Transition house. Natasha sits as a board member for Mawi’Art- celebrating and showcasing indigenous art in the province. She is also a board member for the Atlantic Ballet of Canada. This Canadian-based ballet company focuses on new works, collaboration and inventive creative practices that foster cross sectoral innovation, learning and dialogue that interface with community and the public.
In her spare time, Natasha enjoys keeping active with her family and dog, gardening, fine hand sewing and custom dressmaking.