Natasha Dupee received a B.A. in women’s studies with a minor in public health in 2012 from The George Washington University, and her M.Ed. in secondary education in 2014 from The University of Missouri — St. Louis.
She has four years of teaching experience at Riverview Gardens High School and one year of management experience on Teach for America St. Louis’ Regional Team. Additionally, Natasha's professional background includes federal campaign compliance, public affairs consulting, public health grant management, and certified diversity training.
She delights in managing strategic partnerships, developing curriculum, and evaluating metrics to answer complex systems-level questions. With DSS, Natasha acts as a point of contact for a caseload of students — engaging them, Campus Partners, their faculty, and parents, as needed, to ensure access to essential accommodations and connections to other university-wide resources throughout their tenure at GW.
She engages newly connected DSS students to orient them to policies and procedures and counsels them regarding their performance strengths and weaknesses (learning styles), self-advocacy, and basic college student performance skills. Natasha is excited to work at her Alma Mater! #RaiseHigh