Natalie Cromb is a Gamilaraay mother, writer and advocate. Her family comes from Burra Bee Dee Aboriginal Reserve seated at the foot of Forky Mountain, just outside of Coonabarabran in rural New South Wales. She is a proud descendant of Mary Jane Cain who founded the reserve and credits her learning of black politics to yarns around the table with her Pop.
Although a legal professional in the corporate field, Natalie is passionate about using her voice to advance the interests of her people and country. She has been a vocal advocate of structural reform over the last decade and, in addition to writing for a number of publications, was a contributor to the Black Inc. anthology Growing up Aboriginal in Australia, which was edited by Anita Heiss.