Natasha Butorac

Regional Consultant, Global Programmes

Three years’ experience in the international development and humanitarian sectors with international organisations and consultancies, focusing on research, proposal development, communications and project management.

Natasha is an international development and humanitarian professional with three years of experience in international organisations and consultancies.

She has lived in nine countries across Europe, Asia, Oceania, North America and Africa, with work experience spanning Australia, Belgium, Ethiopia, Switzerland, UK and USA.

Before joining IMC, Natasha spent approximately a year and a half working in international development consultancies in London and Ethiopia, with a focus on proposal development, research and monitoring and evaluation in areas including gender, health, education, energy, migration, food security & nutrition, livelihoods, and trade.

She has also previously worked for the United Nations Office in Geneva, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and the European Commission’s DG DEVCO in the areas of international relations, gender and communications.

At IMC, Natasha provides the Global Programmes team with business development, programme support and pipeline management.

Natasha has a particular thematic interest in gender, international migration and bridging the development/humanitarian divide. She is a fluent speaker of English and French.


  • MSc International Migration and Public Policy, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London, UK (2017)
  • Bachelor of International Studies (Development Studies), University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia (2014)
  • Certificate in Social Sciences and Humanities, Sciences Po, Paris, France (2014)