Natasha is a Physical Scientist with the New York Water Science Center in the Troy, NY. In 2015 she recieved a B.S. in Environmental Science with a minor in Natrual Resource Conservation from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, in Amhert MA. After graduation she worked for two years at Cape Cod National Seashore in colaboration with USGS and a local non-profit group. In 2019 she recieved her M.S. in Forestry from Mississippi State University, in Starkville, MS. Her thesis was on water partitioning in upland oak forests in relation to mesophication.
Natasha began in New York Water Science Center in September 2019 and is the project lead for the Lake Placid road salt de-icing project.