Natasha Rattu, Executive Director
I am the Executive Director at Karma Nirvana leading the charity towards its strategic vision of ending Honour Based Abuse in the UK. Natasha has developed the national specialist Honour Based Abuse police risk assessment tool and has trained 26 police forces across England and Wales. Natasha has completed her Bar Finals, specialising in family and criminal law, at Nottingham Law School.
Anup Manota, Operations Manager
I have responsibility for the overall operations of the charity, so everything from Helpline logistical operations to funding and sustaining Karma Nirvana. I feel immense responsibility and pride for the job I hold at Karma Nirvana and to keep the charity going in achieving its goal of ending Honour Based Abuse in the UK.
Ann Bonner, Data & Case Analyst
An important role gathering, analyzing and disseminating the data gathered from the Helpline and sharing with all our stakeholders. The role is a recent addition to Karma Nirvana, which proves to be valuable in Shining the Spotlight on Honour Based Abuse. Ann has very much owned the role highlighting the impact of the Helpline.
The Helpline Manager is a pivotal role in the welfare of the Helpline team and the running of the Helpline. Demonstrating leadership the Helpline Manager is trained and oversees the management of all staff on the Helpline and Advocacy Service. As DSL the Helpline Manager will be the first point of contact for any high-risk safeguarding concerns.
Sanctuary Worker, Leeds only
I work across Leeds and provides face-to-face support for anyone experiencing Honour Based Abuse. The role has been a significant factor in supporting many more victims through professional agencies, and one of the main reasons reporting continues to be high across Leeds.
Business Support Officer
My role is to support Karma Nirvana with enquiries that involve training, volunteering, working with our fantastic Survivor Ambassador Panel and supporting the senior leadership team to improve the impact of Karma Nirvana.