Natasha Devon MBE is an activist, writer and presenter. She tours schools, universities and events throughout the world, delivering talks as well as conducting research on mental health, body image, gender & equality. She has a show on LBC and writes regularly for Grazia Magazine.
Natasha is a trustee for the charity Student Minds, an ambassador for the Reading Agency and a patron for No Panic, which helps people experiencing anxiety. She is also an ambassador for Glitch; a charity which promotes digital citizenship, helping young people and marginalised communities stay emotionally safe online. She is a certified instructor for Mental Health First Aid England and eating disorder charity Beat.
In 2018, Natasha co-founded ‘Where’s Your Head At’, a campaign aimed at improving the mental health of British workers through education and law change. She is also founder of the Mental Health Media Charter, which scrutinises media reporting on mental health with the aim of reducing stigma.
Her book A Beginner’s Guide to Being Mental: An A-Z was published by Bluebird in 2018, followed by Yes You Can: Ace Your Exams Without Losing Your Mind in 2020. Toxic is Natasha’s first novel.
Find out more at www.natashadevon.com