By Karen Clark Cole ::
Natasha Kuhn joined our team as our second employee in November 2014! Natasha is responsible for building relationships with local communities, organizations, schools, clubs, and groups around Seattle and across the country. She supports our volunteers as they roll out our GCD Ambassador program and works with them to identify and remove any obstacles for having girls attend our events. Natasha also wears many other Girls Can Do hats and works closely with our Program Manager, Executive Director, and City Hosts.
Natasha was born and raised in Bosnia and Herzegovina. As a young woman, she became a refugee in 1994 and found her way to Vancouver, BC. “It was the hardest thing I ever had to do, leave my family, friends, and my home behind.”
Natasha has dedicated her life to finding ways to make a difference by participating in Compassionate Seattle, coordinating outreach for The Way of the Heart, and organizing fundraising for Bosnian flood relief, to name a few. She also invested her time in traveling and learning about different cultures while working in the airline industry and studying psychology.
Natasha is a trained facilitator and coach with a background in holistic wellness and has worked with many individuals to create a better world from the inside out. Now she is happily settled in Seattle where she lives with her husband and two amazing beings she calls her children.