As co-founder and Executive Director of iSparkle2, Natasha’s primary goal is to inspire young girls to live up to their full potential and break boundaries.
Hailing from the inner city of Chicago, Natasha served 15 years in the U.S. Army and completed three tours of duty in Iraq and Kuwait. Finally settling in Warner Robins, Georgia to raise her three wonderful children, Natasha decided it was time to build her legacy.
Natasha has always had a business mindset. Having successfully ran a cake decorating business and custom shirt printing shop, along with her professions, Natasha has walked down many career paths, but her true passion has always been mentoring youth. Being an active parent in her children’s school, social life and as a youth leader in her church, Natasha saw the need in resources for teenage girls in the local area.
Living by the famous Michelle Obama quote “Success isn’t about how much money you make, it’s about the difference you make in people’s lives,” Natasha has used this to guide her through various life experiences.
Natasha currently holds a Bachelors degree in Occupational Safety and Health. She is currently pursuing another goal of hers, a degree in digital photography, which will add to her creative skill bank.