Somewhere under the rainbow
I'm Natasha, thanks for visiting my website!
I was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela – a beautiful country currently in a complex political situation. I moved to France in 2011 after being awarded the Victor Hugo Scholarship. I was thrilled to have my dream come true to come to France (learning French, living abroad, meeting people from different countries…the whole experience).
7 years later…I’m still abroad and loving it! It has taught me many things: the importance of being flexible, open-minded, to care about other cultures, to adapt to new contexts and realities, but also to miss and appreciate the Caribbean sea, the tropical weather, eating passion fruit, and of course all the lovely people I left behind.
After completing my Masters, I had the great opportunity of working in Geneva in the international development and humanitarian sectors. These were unique positions that challenged both my analytical and creative skills.
Being in charge of e-learning and communication activities has been super interesting as it has allowed me to transform complex subject matters into easy and well-designed materials. My multidisciplinary background (international relations and development) makes me think that by reducing this complexity, we democratize knowledge and contribute to improving our planet Earth.
I believe that e-learning is transforming the way we learn. I’m a living example of it! Through the Internet, I learned about concepts of graphic design, WordPress, adult education, and new languages, among others. I believe online education is a great tool and it will be key to address global education issues and empower people all around the world.
In my spare time, I like to learn new things (creating this website is a clear illustration of it). I also love travelling (the last country I visited was Portugal). I enjoy watching thought-provoking TV series (like Black Mirror), and painting.
I hope you have enjoyed the visit to my website!
Please feel free to contact me by using the contact form.