Regional Director of the Americas Program
Natasha Kerr has been expanding Eden’s mission to new areas of the Western Hemisphere since 2020. For over 20 years, she has dedicated herself to working with vulnerable communities to improve livelihoods, educational opportunities, and habitat conservation. She is a recipient of Audubon’s Together Green fellowship, where she developed innovative environmental educational opportunities, connecting people to migratory bird conservation. For five years at Environment for the Americas, Natasha spearheaded environmental educational programming and citizen science opportunities throughout the Western Hemisphere, particularly along the Pacific Flyway. She also managed Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the U.S. National Park Service. She has worked on agricultural development, assisting thousands of smallholder farmers in Afghanistan through her humanitarian aid work at Nutrition & Education International. Currently, Natasha is on a local volunteer board promoting environmental justice and human rights in Central America.
Natasha holds an MA in International Development with a concentration in Environmental Studies from the University of Denver and a BA in International Affairs & Latin American Studies with a concentration on Women’s Studies from George Washington University.