Natalie is a master’s student in Educational Policy Studies. Her research examines the relationships between gender, education access, and empowerment as they relate to the lives and experiences of young women. Using theories grounded in critical feminisms, her research concentrates on teacher’s involvement in young women’s marital decision making in Oromia, Ethiopia. Natalie earned a BA in Global Health from the University California, San Diego where she supported global public health research at the Center on Gender Equity and Health. She is currently a Summer Research Intern at the Brookings Institution’s Center for Universal Education.
Gen&WS 103: Gender, Women, Bodies, and Health, sections 309, 310, 311, 312