Natalie Lee

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Natalie has more than 20 years of experience in journalism and communications underpinned by first-hand agricultural knowledge, being based on a broadacre crop and sheep farm at Dumbleyung, Western Australia.

She is an excellent writer, editor and photographer, having previously worked for several years as a journalist for West Australian Newspapers publications including the Countryman (where she was the grains writer), the Kalgoorlie Miner and the Narrogin Observer.

Natalie has extensive networks in the agricultural and media industries and the ability to produce high quality communication materials that squarely address the needs of target audiences.

She always has a strongly client-focused approach and has been the Western Region Communicator for the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) since 2009. In this role she is responsible for a range of written, video and e-newsletter materials.

Areas of expertise

  • Writing and editing
  • Media relations
  • Industry knowledge


  • Bachelor of Arts (English and History). The University of Western Australia
  • External Diploma in Country Newspaper Journalism. Deakin University


Reaching out beyond the computer screen

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