About Me

Natasha Green is currently a community manager at, an entrepreneur, and a former mathematics teacher for the New York City Department of Education.  She has touched on each letter in the acronym S.T.E.M and wants to improve the lives of youth in the New York city area.  Natasha recently acquired her third Master’s in Computational Chemistry (S).  She is a technopreneur for “We Intervene,” an Information and Referral Management System for Schools (T). She created molecular diodes to study conductance at the molecular level in her thesis study(E). And lastly, she has taught High School Mathematics in the Bronx (M).  Natasha also has her own archery business in New York City and believes that everyone should, “Let their dreams fly.” In her spare time, she is a volunteer lead for the NYC chapter of the Anita Borg Institute, and she advocates for Black and Hispanic youth to have the educational resources in their schools to be aware and knowledgeable of the careers they can have in the S.T.E.M fields.