Natasha is assistant professor at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. She holds a Ph.D in Curriculum and Instruction (University of Victoria), an MA in International Affairs (Carleton University), an MA in Public Policy and Public Administration (Concordia University). She has worked in programs for child protection and peace-building including in New Orleans for children post disaster, and the international project on monitoring and evaluation tools for child protection (CAPE). Each of these resulted in curriculum and monitoring reports and processes. As an applied researcher, her work has mostly involved engaging with stakeholders at multiple levels, including children, parents, professionals (i.e. teachers, social workers) and decision-makers, in Colombia, Venezuela, Russia, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Thailand, Mexico, and Canada.
Read more about Natasha in IICRD's Spring 2016 newsletter feature, Ask an Associate.