Natalie Brown is the Communications Officer at Together for Girls (TfG). In this role, she focuses on editorial oversight and resource development. She has spent the past six years supporting the missions of a number of international non-profit organizations through content creation and storytelling. Prior to TfG, she worked in Senegal for the agricultural NGO, myAgro, where she focused on digital media storytelling. Previously, she supported the marketing and communications efforts of Kiva, helping a greater number of entrepreneurs around the world access microloans.
Natalie graduated from Elon University in North Carolina with a degree in International Studies. She currently resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and in her spare time enjoys writing and playing ultimate frisbee.
Title of a book that changed your life: Power vs. Force - Dr. David Hawkins
A podcast you can’t stop thinking about: Anything on Hidden Brain
The theme song of your life: Mr. Blue Sky - Electric Light Orchestra
Favorite part of your job: Working with inspiring, passionate colleagues
One word to describe Together for Girls: Determination
On May 11-13, 2022, senior government officials and civil society leaders from over 30 African countries gathered at the Pan-African symposium on violence prevention in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Next week, on March 29-30, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACtHR) will hear the groundbreaking case of Brisa De Angulo Losada v. Bolivia.
International Safer Internet Day serves as a reminder that we all have a role to play in keeping children and adolescents safe online. Together, we can make the internet a safer and better place for children and adolescents now and in the future.
The World AIDS Day 2021 theme is “End Inequality. End AIDS. End Pandemics.” By ending gender inequality and the silent pandemic of sexual violence against children and adolescents, we can create a safer, AIDS-free future.
Together for Girls profiles VidaNyx — the leading cloud-based digital video evidence management solution that works to address the needs of the Children’s Advocacy Center in the U.S. — as a critical solution in the What Works to Prevent Sexual Violence Against Children Evidence Review.
Girls Health Ed is one organization working in and through schools to address the root causes of gender equality that often lead to violence.