Employment Specialist


Degree: BA Mass Communications Hobbies: Live comedy, traveling, writing, Mentoring young girls, Personal and Professional development events/courses, Community involvement, mental health advocacy Natasha believes that everyone can secure meaningful employment with the right support, if they are willing to do work. Natasha is a certified Supported Employment Specialist, certified Life Coach, and student of Jack Canfield’s Success Principles. She is most proud of being the recipient of St. Thomas Synagogue Brotherhood Award for outstanding service to the community and the EPNET Bold, Brave and Beautiful Award for her mentorship to women and young girls. Natasha holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Mass Communications from Duquesne University and has completed the Work Incentives Planning and Utilization for Benefits Practitioner training program through Cornell University, in addition to her certifications in Supported Employment and HIPAA.