Natasha is originally Jordanian and has lived and worked on education and protection issues in Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Turkey, and Egypt. For Center for Civilians in Conflict, Natasha conducted fieldwork interviewing armed groups, civilians, humanitarian NGOs, education and health practitioners and others on how to better protect the physical safety of civilians in Syria. She also worked on refugee resettlement, where she traveled 70 percent of the year interviewing refugees from over 15 countries. She has created training materials and trained practitioners on the crises in Syria and Iraq. She brings over ten years of experience in the MENA region and holds a Masters from Georgetown University with a Certificate in Refugees and Humanitarian Emergencies.