Natarsha has enjoyed a rapid ascent to her role as National News anchor with Network Ten, her obvious skill and dedication sought after before she had completed university. One of the most recognisable faces on the news desk, the presenter has covered some of the most breaking news stories, and is awarded for her ability in medical reporting. Natarsha is widely regarded for her combination of skill and credibility, ensuring her a very bright future.
Natarsha started her prestigious journalism career as an on the road reporter in regional NSW after completing a Bachelor of Arts -Communication at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst. After just twelve months with Prime Television in Orange, the ABC poached Natarsha to take up a key journalism position with its newsroom in Darwin. During this time, the budding young journalist was at the forefront of reporting on the controversial euthanasia legislation and also discovered her love of news reading.
At just 21, Natarsha presented her first news bulletin for ABC Darwin and the ABC international news service, Australia Television which was beamed to millions of viewers throughout Australia and Asia.
In 1998, Network Ten poached Natarsha to join its National Newsroom in Sydney. During this time, Natarsha has cemented her position as a key National journalist and presenter, reading across all the Network’s major news bulletins including the Morning, 5pm, Late and Weekend Services.
Natarsha is on the Women’s Advisory Board for the National Breast and Ovarian Cancer Centre, is an Ambassador for the Royal Hospital for Women, Alzheimer’s Australia, The Cancer Council and the Bonnie Babes Foundation.
Natarsha is also a sought after MC, with a wealth of experience. She has hosted a number of prestigious events from International Women’s Day at Parliament House in Canberra to Australia Day Celebrations with a crowd of around 200,000 in Sydney’s Darling Harbour. She is an extremely popular and professional corporate host available for award dinners and corporate master of ceremonies roles.