Contributor Profile

Natalie Lefevre


London-based Natalie Lefevre is originally from the idyllic island of Mahe in the Seychelles, her father being of French descent and her mother German. She received a well travelled, cosmopolitan upbringing - finally settling in Houston, Texas in the 1980s – and as a result Natalie is fluent in seven languages and well travelled. 


As a social media and PR consultant, Natalie also acts as journalist for Euronews NBC. Writing travel stories for “Wander” and “Living it “ - a luxury inspired platform she helped create as project manager for the most competitive digital strategy. Prior to this, as Director of Corporate affairs, she was in charge of Communications, Partnerships, Press departments, as well as CEO speeches for any event, including the European Union.  Her seat on the board allowed her to influence their ad campaigns and secure growth for this renowned European news channel ( over 250 Mill + viewers) and Africa News.  


As a travel Influencer on Instagram “island_natalie “ showcases her adventures that entice you to visit many cool places all over the world. Promoting phenomenal hotels and accentuating the countries beauty is an exciting lifestyle with the challenge to inspire and captivate. 


Her diverse past includes; managing Boris Becker private office, public relations, Farfetch ambassador (advising the company on growth & web issues), PR to create bespoke global VIP client events, including Farfetch strategy to enter the german market. Also a gifted singer and performer, Natalie’s career has been as colourful as her exotic background, having been a Miss Seychelles beauty pageant queen, a model, a business TV presenter and a Handbag designer, as well as scoring a number one hit song in Germany in 2013. She started her career at the DA’s office in Seychelles before she acquired a Bachelors of BA in Computer Information Systems. 


These days she is heavily involved in social media consulting and travel while she enjoys focusing on charity work. Triggered initially by the devastation that the Indian Ocean tsunami wreaked on her native Seychelles islands in 2004, a cause to which she has given her on-going support. Natalie also supports several other charities around the world but the Sheba medical hospital located in Tel Aviv year round with her engagement and time.

Conference Sessions

  • The changing landscape of marketing

    07 Sep 2019, 14:00 - 15:00, Creator Stage

    The changing landscape of marketing

    • Language: English

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