Television reporter/anchor on NBC10 Boston’s weekday morning show.
Founder of the non-profit Verma Foundation, which makes and gives free cap wigs to women and children battling cancer. She created the #PutACapOnCancer program after her cancer diagnosis in 2017.
Director and producer of Hardy, an award-winning documentary about female boxer Heather Hardy.
The holder of a Columbia University master’s degree in journalism, earned at age 18.
The University of Texas’ youngest-ever graduate. At 17, she earned two undergraduate degrees—in broadcast journalism and biology/pre-med.
In August 2017, Natasha Verma was diagnosed with stage 2 Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Her family came together and turned the negative into a positive. Through the “Put A Cap On Cancer” program, the Verma Foundation creates custom high-quality cap wigs at no cost for women and children fighting cancer and dealing with the emotional side effect of hair loss.
In the first year of the program’s launch, Natasha’s 501(c)(3) non-profit provided 416 cap wigs to cancer patients across the United States and partnered with 204 hospitals to provide this invaluable emotional support.