Director and founder of the Organising for Change training collective (London, UK)
Ms Natasha Adams
Natasha Adams is based in south London, in the UK. She spent many years as grassroots activist, then campaigned professionally for NGOs for a decade before going freelance in 2016. Natasha is a recognised thought leader in understanding how social change happens, and her work is focused on movement research, strategy, building relational activist networks, and training. Natasha has worked with a wide range of NGOs including End Child Poverty, ActionAid, UNICEF, Friends of the Earth, 350.org, Shelter, and War on Want. She is Director and founder of the Organising for Change training collective, writes a popular blog exploring how social change happens, and leads a course on the Ecology of Social Movements at the Ulex training centre.