Natasha Wilson is an Analyst at Hawthorn, supporting our clients with research, analysis, political engagement, and media relations across several sectors including sustainability, AI, financial services, and luxury.
Prior to joining Hawthorn, Natasha worked as a communications and research analyst for a start-up social enterprise providing last-mile EV transport solutions to rural communities in Zimbabwe. She also has experience in digital content creation and working on gender equality campaigns in the UK.
Natasha graduated from the University of Bristol with a BSc in Politics and International Relations in 2021. She focused her studies on human rights and the gendered dimensions of conflict and peacebuilding. In her final year, she wrote a dissertation on the UN’s Women Peace and Security agenda, conducting a policy analysis on the UNSC resolutions relating to conflict-related sexual violence. Whilst at Bristol, she also worked as an academic research assistant on a project that assessed the role of victim delegations in the 2016 Colombian peace agreement.
Outside of work, Natasha is a keen runner, dabbles in social netball, loves cooking for her friends and enjoys hiking… occasionally.