Natasha Mmonatau is currently a student of environmental communication in Stanford’s Earth Systems program, and will complete her M.A. degree in December of 2017. Natasha has worked as a freelance writer and intern for alternative media and arts news outlets, including the East Bay Express, OkayAfrica, and most recently Stanford’s Bill Lane Center for The American West. Natasha was born and raised in Botswana, a beautiful, semi-arid country just to the north of South Africa. This fall, she is teaching a class called “Liberation Through Land: Organic Gardening and Racial Justice” at Stanford. As an environmental artist, educator and writer, Natasha intends to continue to explore ecological futurities through the lens of racial and social justice following her graduation in December.
Sessions as a Speaker
F5) The Human Ethics of Global Crisis Reporting
- Marriott Marquis: Salon 9