Natasha Vanzetti is a project manager and discovery coach specialising in business development, capability, events and communication. She’s a natural teacher, supporter and communicator with diverse experience in the development of people and organisations.
Her genuine commitment to make a difference goes beyond business having climbed Mt Kinabalu in Borneo for the Little Paths charity, plus raising over $100,000 in 2 months towards medical treatment for young Canberra girl Olivia Lambert. Natasha then became a Trustee for the then newly formed Olivia Lambert Foundation, which went on to raise $500,000 for families living with Childhood Cancer.
She was a qualified Financial Planner who moved into business development within CBA and CommSec Advisory. In 2010, after 17 years working for others, Natasha decided to pursue her curiosity and launched the first version of her own business, which iterated into helping women globally pursue their own curiosity and passion in business.
Natasha is talented in working with women to be the best version of themselves, and is a great role model for women advancing as leaders in their career and entrepreneurial paths. While working on impact and capability with the Behavioural Economics Team of the Australian Government (BETA) at the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Natasha continues to play an active role as a contributor, storyteller and mentor with TEAM Women Australia.
As a speaker, coach and trainer Natasha is focussed on people embracing who they are, and understanding the most important story of all is the one they tell themselves.
Being a mother of two teenagers, Natasha appreciates the challenges women experience in balancing a career with their desire to live a more meaningful life. Making room to discover her own purpose in life, Natasha is known for compassion and helping others embrace their journey to create and write a story of their own.