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Natasha Broomfield – Reid – Community Governor

Natasha is the founder and Director of Diverse Matters. She is responsible for the overall running of the company and for the design and delivery of a range of diversity and inclusion solutions including training, diversity and inclusion audits policy and strategy development across all sectors.

Natasha has over 20 years’ experience of working within the diversity and inclusion field, and prior to setting up Diverse Matters and was the Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion for Victim Support. Natasha led the organisation to become a Stonewall top 100 employer, achieve the ‘Leaders in Diversity’ and ‘Investors in Diversity’ accreditation from the National Centre for Diversity and the charity was the first national charity to achieve ‘Leaders in Diversity’ status. Other Diversity and Inclusion roles held include Head of Development for Equal Approach (now EA Inclusion) and Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Wellbeing for law firm Mills & Reeve.

Prior to working in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Natasha had a career working with children/young people. Roles carried out included Residential Child Care officer, Mentoring Co-ordinator, New Deal project Manager 18-24 programme and Youth worker where the work Natasha and her team carried out was highly recommended in its OFSTED report for its work in supporting African Caribbean and Mixed race young people. Natasha is passionate about supporting young people to reach their potential and removing barriers to education, learning and careers.

Natasha is also an experienced guest speaker, facilitator, chair and has held senior positions including chairing regional and national panels within the public and voluntary sector.

She is also an alumni of King Edward College and has fond memories of her time at the College and is happy to be part of the Governor team to support it’s positive growth.

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