Natasha Freeman

Program Support and Evaluation Officer


Master of Evaluation, University of Melbourne (July 2017); Graduate Certificate in Remote Health Management, Centre for Remote Health (December 2010); Post-Graduate Diploma in Health Promotion, Curtin University of Technology (1997); Bachelor of Arts, University of Western Australia (1996)


Darwin - Royal Darwin Hospital campus


Natasha has worked within the Diabetes Across the Lifecourse Northern Australia Partnership as a qualitative researcher and evaluator for several years. She currently works as an evaluator for the Youth Type 2 Diabetes Team, which focuses on co-designing youth friendly, culturally appropriate models of care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people with type 2 diabetes aged 10-25. Natasha has both led and contributed to a number of evaluations for various teams, since commencing with Menzies in 2016. 

Prior to working at Menzies, Natasha had worked in rural and regional centres focusing on health promotion and building workforce capacity.

  • Youth Type 2 Diabetes Projects - evaluator