About Us

The Lioness Group is a media relations company that is dedicated to creating innovative ways to empower and engage women around the globe. Founded in June 2009 by Natasha Clark, we help entrepreneurs build buzz and establish meaningful relationships with their core audience.

The Lioness Group successfully guides women-led startups to scale their media relations strategies to break new ground in their respective marketplaces.

Our Brands

The Lioness Group creates exceptional experiences for women entrepreneurs. We continue to launch brands and initiatives for women in business who want first-class content and relevant resources to get them personally and professional to the next level.

Lioness is the leading digital magazine for female entrepreneurs. Created in August 2011, the mission of this startup is to elevate, educate and support female entrepreneurs. 5 Talk Series provides a stage for women to share their ideas around innovation and entrepreneurship. 5 talks are hosted 4x a year throughout the Pioneer Valley. UNLEASH Empowerment Workshop Series encourages women to Unleash the Lioness Within.

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About the Founder:

0003_low resAround age eight Natasha Clark was told it was a woman’s job to take care of the home and since then she has built a career out of telling women they can do whatever the hell they want to do.

Founder of the startup Lioness, the leading digital magazine for female entrepreneurs, the former news reporter has created a platform to educate, elevate and support female entrepreneurs. Natasha is a former board member of the Young Professional Society of Greater Springfield, a BusinessWest “40 Under 40” winner, in 2011 she was voted Top Woman in Public Relations by Western Mass Women Magazine and in 2012 her startup was voted Most Innovative Local Business at the Springfield Republican’s Reader Raves awards.

She has been a panelist on Generation Next and Taking Your Small Business to the Next Level discussions, a regular speaker at Westover Job Corps’ “A Woman’s Worth” program and host of 5, a talk series for women on innovation and entrepreneurism. Natasha is also a mentor through Springfield School Volunteers’ Mentoring Program. She is the proud mother of her teenage son Shaun and resides in Springfield, Massachusetts.

She has been featured on a number of news outlets including the Springfield Republican, The Reminder, under30ceo.com, examiner.com, thestoryexchange.com, on WGBY’s Connecting Point and more.

~ Always Aspire to Inspire ~