Natasha Murray

Natasha started her media career in 1995 at Rapp Media. She joined Havas Media (then MPG) in June 2000 as a planner/buyer spending the next sixteen years working in different roles across a variety of clients and sectors. After three years as Head of Client Services, Natasha was promoted to Managing Director in June 2013 and amongst her achievements as MD oversaw the operational and cultural reorganisation of the agency into Havas Media Group in 2014 and set up the Manchester office a year later.

In February 2017, Natasha joined The Guardian as Director of Client Partnerships to bring the agency ethic of client centricity to The Guardian and so build closer strategic partnerships with brands. With The Guardian's readership going from strength to strength and it's position of trust and influence, Natasha is passionate about driving modern and effective brand collaboration.

Natasha is an IPA Trained Mentor and a member of WACL (Women in Advertising & Communications London).