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When the Heel Breaks!
THOUGHT-LEADER | BOLD
FEARLESS | BUILDER TRANSFORMATIVE | RISK-TAKER
PHILANTHROPIST | MOTIVATOR
ADVOCATE | ACTIVIST
Natasha S. Hampton is the new dynamic voice in the arena of thought leadership and women's empowerment. An award-winning public administrator, Natasha has more than 20 years of varied, progressively responsible executive municipal government management, public administration & operations experience. Ms. Hampton has served as Acting City Manager, Assistant City Manager, Chief Marketing Officer, and Director of Human Resources in the states of Florida and North Carolina. She holds a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Public Administration. Over the course of her career, Natasha has provided direct oversight of more than $2B in general, enterprise, and capital expenditures. She is a subject matter expert in leadership. organizational development and international relations and has addressed audiences on these and other areas of business development in Qingdao & Beijing, China, Nairobi, Kenya, UAE Dubai, and Toronto, Canada. Ms. Hampton made history as the first woman and person of color appointed City Manager in College Park, MD.
Natasha was named one of South Florida's 50 Most Powerful and Influential Leaders, South Florida's 25 Most Prominent and Influential Women in Business, featured in the International publication Caribbean Today for making a lasting impression on the U.S. Business landscape, recognized as a March of Dimes Woman of Distinction, and was a Top 10 League of Women in Government Trailblazer Award finalist. Natasha is also an ICMA credentialed City Manager, Labor Relations professional and Emergency Management Communications, and Operations manager. Natasha is the proud Mom of three and a native of Liberty City, Florida in Miami.
"Natasha, this is everything that I knew you would deliver to us. We have been waiting to see this. I would like to see this book in educational institutions and in non-profits for young girls. You are that woman that many of us should aspire to!" - C.S.
In The Press
"I got to know Ms. Hampton at the International City Governance Conference in Qingdao of China. We were two ‘high heels’ participating in the summit dialogue on big data and city governance. As dialogue moderator, I was deeply impressed by her insightful understanding and arguments on this issue. Furthermore and most importantly, her proposition of awareness, promoting women’s leadership cast a new light on the understanding of big data and city governance, and resonated with the applause from the conference men and women attendees."
Dongfang(Linda) WANG, Ph.D.
Executive Director of ICMA China Center
Associate Professor, China University of Political Science and Law