President, P&C Federation NSW
Natalie Walker is the Far West Councillor & elected President of NSW P&C Federation. For the past six and a half years, she has volunteered as a councillor to support students, parents and citizens involved in public education in NSW, as well as nine years as a member of her local P&C Associations, in the role as President, Vice President and Secretary. She resides in Forbes, Central West NSW, with her husband and two children who attend Forbes High School. She enjoys reading, music, gardening, and spending time with her family.
Natalie holds a Bachelor of Education (ECE), from Macquarie University and is currently undertaking the Women in Leadership Australia – Advanced Leadership Program. She also completed a Diploma in Business (Governance), Cert IV Training & Assessment and Advanced Diploma in Community Sector Management.
As a passionate advocate about public education, Natalie wants to ensure that all children and young people get the best start in life. As a product of the public education system, Natalie has experienced both rural and metropolitan public schools attending Tullamore Central School through primary and Fort St High School in Petersham, Sydney, a selective high school.
Natalie has supported public education through various Boards and educational committees with the NSW Department of Education and NESA, and has over 20 years’ experience in the community sector.
Her goal moving forward is to continue to strengthen the organisations foundations, allowing P&C Federation to continue to grow and step up to the next level of service delivery and advocacy for its members. Natalie would also like to see the organization and its members seen as a valuable partner and contributor to NSW public schools and looks forward to working with stakeholders to support children and young people in NSW public schools.