Ahead of International Women’s Day, we’ve sat down with five inspirational women about what international women’s day means to them. We each share the same mission; we want to shine a spotlight on uplifting and inspiring women and help all women pursue goals without bias or barriers.
Natasha Clarke started her career in recruitment at SThree with Specialists Progressive in 1994. She was the founding Managing Director of Pathway (now part of Real Staffing Group) and headed up SThree’s first office in the Middle East in 2008. Natasha progressed her career with Sthree to became Chief People Officer responsible for cultural change and the development of the business’s strategic agenda and capability.
Between 2008 and 2011, She sat on the board of APSCo (Association of Professional Staffing Companies), and in 2011 she established the ‘Identity programme’ for SThree, a programme designed to support the development and progression of women within the organisation.
Having been recognised by The Times in their Top 50 Employers for Women, personally being named Opportunity Now’s Diversity Champion, Natasha brings a wealth of experience and is well being positioned to support Charmaine Vincent on the strategic direction of Baltimore Consulting, furthermore, provides a best practice voice from an industry perspective.