Natasha Thorpe is a multidisciplinary designer specializing in total design environments and object design. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in industrial design from the Université de Montréal. She studied at the Florence Institute of Design International and interned at Arper (TV, Italy). Natasha’s approach involves designing every aspect in and of an environment, allowing for a unique sensory experience that operates seamlessly and cohesively. Through her process, she translates collective meaning and symbolism into impactful design. Natasha's works can be found in the directory of the Ville de Montréal's Bureau du design, have been featured at the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts, and have been the recipient of awards such as les Grands Prix du design.
Natasha follows the footsteps of her parents, Dr. Rosalinda Go and Roderick Thorpe, in joining the Foundation as a board member in 2019. She has lent her creativity to theme design and visuals for the Foundation's annual gala since 2010. Natasha is a member of the Conseil du Development du Quartier Chinois de Montréal, the MBAM's Young Philanthropists' Circle, and Toastmasters International.