Natalie Williams (they/she) is the Wheeler Centre’s Digital & Marketing Administrator. Prior to The Wheeler Centre, Natalie was the Marketing and Communications Coordinator at LGBTQIA+ not-for-profit JOY Media and the Digital Marketing Assistant at education company Maths Pathway.
They are the co-founder of KOS Magazine, a youth advisory committee member of Arts Access Victoria, and a Toolkits: Digital Storytelling (2022) participant.
Natalie holds a Bachelor of Creatives Arts from La Trobe University and a qualification in ‘Implementing Digital Marketing Campaigns’ from RMIT Online.
Outside of the office, Natalie is a writer, filmmaker and storyteller who is passionate about the power that authenticity and lived experiences hold in connecting people together. Their work primarily focuses on identity, queerness, relationships and grief in its varied forms.
Previously, Natalie has created works for Archer Magazine, Kill Your Darlings, Ramona Magazine, Melbourne Women in Film Festival, Rabelais Magazine, KOS, Judy’s Punch, La Trobe Arts Festival and others.