She moved to Gainesville from South Florida in 2004 to pursue her undergraduate degree at the University of Florida. She earned a degree in English with a minor in Family, Youth and Community Sciences (2008), and a Master’s degree in Higher & Post-Secondary Education from Argosy University (2012). She also earned her certification as a Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2016) and is a 2019 MBA candidate through UF’s Hough Graduate School.
Natasha has over 10 years of experience as a higher education professional. Her experience centers on working with students in transition as they embark on the next phase of their education. This includes admissions recruitment at the university and college level. In addition, Natasha has contributed to the advising community by supporting academic initiatives for diverse student populations including first-year and transfer students, distance students and adult learners. Her advising philosophy promotes challenging students to adopt a holistic approach to their collegiate experience and create intentional outcomes for their future.