Natosha Dobbins is currently an MSW candidate in advanced generalist practice and programming at Columbia University. She is also a student coordinator for Columbia’s Action Lab for Social Justice and the co-leader of its Action for Black Lives initiative. Before her enrollment, she completed a fellowship and AmeriCorps term at a community development financial institution, where she worked in data analysis and communications to help provide quality housing to underserved populations.
She has also spent years working with non-profits to improve upon the education, and overall, welfare, of children. Natosha has a B.S. in public health, and a B.A. in political science from Rutgers University- New Brunswick. She is interested in establishing equitable justice for minority and underserved populations.