Councillor Natasha Pipersburgh

CEMO, Climate Change, Disaster & Risk Management, Women and Children, Special Needs and Diverse Abilities Initiatives, Parks & Playgrounds, and Beautification

Councillor Natasha Pipersburgh is a Belizean bred businesswoman and mother. Born in Belize City, Councillor Pipersburgh was first enrolled in St. Joseph Primary School before obtaining her secondary education at the Wesley College. Subsequently, Ms. Pipersburgh enrolled at the St. John’s College Junior College where she majored in business. During her time at the Junior College, Ms. Pipersburgh went on hiatus to dedicate herself to being a full-time mother before opting to further her studies.

During her time away from her studies, Ms. Pipersburgh realized her intentions to become an attorney and enrolled at the Wesley College where she obtained an associate degree in paralegal studies and graduated with honors.

Following her education, Councillor Pipersburgh began her professional career where she worked in customer service for almost ten years at various institutions in the country such as Diamonds International, Heritage Bank, etc. Ms. Pipersburgh is also no stranger to the Belize City Council as she also worked as a Prosecutor at the Municipal Court prior to her political career.

Councillor Pipersburgh is also an activist for the rights and wellbeing of women and children. She is currently the Vice President of the CRC (Convention of the Rights of a Child) Ambassadors under the NCFC (National Committee for Families and Children). Through this medium, the Councillor as been able to give back to the youth of Belize through several back-to-school drives, Christmas hampers for the less fortunate and various educational campaigns promoting the rights of children.

Ms. Pipersburgh is also a youth leader at the Salvation Army Church and aspires to dedicate her love of children to satisfy her new role as a Councillor of Belize City.