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Natasha Page

from Sales Assistant to Data Analytics Consultant
Answering questions that people have about their data
Construction and infrastructure, Technology and Digital, Transport, Logistics and Warehousing
Aurecon, sponsored by CHDE
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Ask me about

  • Keeping options open by studying maths
  • Being able to work in healthcare, transport and biosecurity industries
  • Finding a passion for Data Science

About me

  • International Experience

I am a Data Analytics Consultant in the Transport team at Aurecon and I love being able to use data to help people to make better decisions. 

I grew up in Guildford, England enjoying puzzles but trying to convince myself that I didn’t like maths because it wasn’t “cool”. I finally abandoned that view at age 16 when I chose maths as one of my A Levels and then ultimately to study maths at university. 

Since uni, I have been lucky to work in all sorts of industries including healthcare, transport, and even biosecurity. At age 23 I decided to go back to uni to study Data Science which opened doors to more technical roles, including being sponsored to move to Australia!

About my role

  • Analytical
  • Humorous
  • Independent
  • Observant
  • Understanding

A Consultant works with lots of different clients to solve specific problems that the client might have. Generally, they are highly specialised in a particular area and so can offer a level of expertise that might not be possible if the client was to do it themselves.

The role of a Data Analytics Consultant is incredibly varied: depending on the company they work for, they might be working on projects in completely different industries with completely different questions to answer, all in one day! It might involve talking to clients or internal colleagues to work out exactly the question that needs answering, carrying out analysis (using a variety of tools such as coding, Excel, or even Maths and Statistics in more complex cases), writing reports to explain what the data is saying, or presenting findings back to colleagues or clients.

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  • A Levels (English equivalent to QCE)
  • Bachelor of Science in Maths with Computer Science
  • Master of Science in Computing (Computational Management)


  • Business Studies
  • General Mathematics (Maths A)
  • Mathematical Methods (Maths B)
  • Specialist Mathematics (Maths C)


  • Operational Research Society: May Hicks Award 2017 runner up (best post-graduate student project)


  • Camping
  • Seeing family and friends
  • Soccer
  • Travel


  • 1 Cat

15 year old me!!

“It’s not uncool to like things – it’s OK to get involved and you don’t need to feel embarrassed for being good at something. ”

My career journey

Curious to know how I got here? Here’s a snapshot of my career pathway.
  1. Kept options open by studying Maths
  2. Sought data analysis tasks in admin role
  3. Back to uni for Master
  4. Career break to travel
  5. Sponsored to move to Australia

My employer

At Aurecon, we are proud to champion female graduates and leaders who are making an impact in the science, technology and engineering industries. In 2021, we were honoured to be recognised as the only Australian company on the Fortune Change the World List and Australasia’s Most Innovative Company by the Australian Financial Review in 2020. We believe it’s time to design a world where people and the planet can flourish together. We’re taking action to bring environmentally friendly ideas to life, and we want unconventional thinkers and dedicated doers like you to help change the world with us. Aurecon is an international design, engineering and advisory company that brings ideas to life to create a better future for people and the planet.