Former News caster at Tv3, Natalie Fort has taken a new job after announcing her resignation from the TV station a Week ago.
The former news caster is announced that, she is now a member of the advisory Board of the World Sustainability Organization, friends of the Earth and friends of the sea.
The World Sustainability Organization is a Non-governmental Organization which is aimed towards protecting critical habitats and endangered species globally by means of the sustainability Certifications.
The former news anchor worked with the Media General for four years before resigning from the station.
She was one of the news anchors loved by many people due to his unique way of delivering news on set.
She is now a member of the Board Advisory Board of the World Sustainability Organization.
After her resignation, she thanked the Media General Group for the opportunity given her to work with them.
Many of her fans were emotional following her decision to resign from Tv3 as they will missed her voice on TV.
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