About Natasha

Natasha works with healthcare and central government organisations, from individual providers, such as hospitals, to regulators and policy makers. Natasha’s functional focus is strategy. She serves private and public organisations on articulating their strategic choices and making decisions about strategy.

In the past few years, Natasha has worked with many of the large hospitals in the United Kingdom, helping them develop and implement strategies to achieve and sustain good financial, operational, and clinical quality performance.

Natasha has also worked with government departments to help them reduce expenditure without adversely affecting delivery of public policy and public services. She spent a year working at the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit in the cabinet office from 2004 to 2005, where she worked with the Home Office and Department of Education.

Published work

In the cold light of day: 10 demanding tests for hospital strategy,” McKinsey & Company, February 2015

Education

Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government
MA, public policy

University of Cambridge, Trinity College
BA, economics