Natasha Ilievska was born in 1978. She enrolled the University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Institute for Informatics in 1996/97. She graduated in 2001 with grade average 9.94 and was awarded for best graduated student at the Institute for Informatics. She enrolled the Master studies at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Institute for Mathematics in 2002/2003. After passing all exams with an average grade 10.00, in 2009 she obtained M.Sc. degree with defense of the thesis entitled "Error-Detecting Codes and Application of Quasigroups in their Design". In 2015 she received her Ph.D. degree at the University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering. Her doctoral dissertation is in the field of coding theory.
In 2002 she was elected as young research and teaching assistant at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Institute for Informatics, while in 2009 in assistant at the same Faculty. She was assistant at the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering - FCSE from 2011 to 2015. In 2015 she was elected as assistant professor at the same Faculty. She has held exercises in many courses: discrete mathematics 1, discrete mathematics 2, probability and statistics, discrete structures 1, discrete structures 2, discrete structures 3, probability, probability theory, algebra, algebraic discrete structures, sets and logic, linear algebra, vectors and matrices, information theory, basics of the information theory, basics of programing, data bases, mathematical methods for informaticians, mathematical statistics, functions of several variables, mathematical analyses, computer programing, computer practicum II, computer practicum III. As assistant professor she holds lectures in discrete mathematics 1, discrete mathematics 2 and probability and statistics to the students of the FCSE. She has written several scripts available for students in an electronic form through the appropriate web pages. She has participated on many conferences, congresses, workshops, schools and courses. She was participant in several research projects and she has published 15 scientific papers.