Co-Founder and Board of Directors
Natasha Dolby has spent over a decade in the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors in San Francisco, New York, and Washington, D.C., specializing in financial and programmatic analysis, content development, and strategic planning for small and large organizations, including The Robin Hood Foundation and Pacific Foundation Services. Dolby recently completed a research fellowship with the WSD HANDA Center for Human Rights and International Justice on child sex trafficking in Brazil, where she is from. Dolby serves on a number of boards and advisory boards, including: Beyond 12, Asha Rising, Bay Area Chapter of the US National Committee for UN Women, ECPAT- USA, Freedom Fund, Human Rights Watch – San Francisco Executive Committee, and Vital Voices Bay Area. In addition to her MBA from The Stanford University Graduate School of Business, Dolby holds her MA in Education from Stanford and her BA in Journalism from Hofstra University.