Natalie Thomas (Green)

Natalie is a single parent to a little girl who is 6 and has lived on the Isle of Wight almost 8 years. She is a self employed Leaflet Distributor and also has an online gift business. Prior to becoming self-employed Natalie worked in the community as a carer and also worked in numerous Care home facilities.

Natalie is the volunteer project manager for the WAVE Trust 70/30 Campaign on the Isle of Wight. WAVE Trust is a charity who develop research based solutions to transform the futures of children, breaking cycles of disadvantage. The goal is reduce the adverse childhood experiences of child abuse, neglect and children witnessing domestic violence by at least 70% by 2030. This is known as the 70/30 campaign. She is also a Council Member of the National WAVE Trust Advisory Council of Lived Experience.

“I am determined to use my experiences of overcoming multiple adversities to make an impact on communities locally and nationally. One of the reasons I am standing for election is because I ultimately believe that to see a true change within the community then all backgrounds must be represented. This is one of the reasons why I am a member of the 50/50 Parliament movement because Women are pretty much underrepresented in local democracy and this must change.”

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