Since 1990, Natascha has been the University Health Educator providing campus health promotion programs to students related to nutrition, substance abuse, eating disorders, HIV, and sexually transmitted diseases. Natascha graduated from the University of South Carolina with a B.S. in Health Education and later pursued her M.Ed. in Public Health Education from the University of North Carolina – Greensboro. During her time at Wake Forest, Natascha has instructed the courses “Health Issues on College Campuses I” , "Health Issues on College Campuses II" and sections of “Lifestyle and Health.” She has also spent time as a coordinator and team leader with Forsyth County’s underage drinking initiative, the Collaborative Alcohol Management Project, and the Network Addressing Collegiate Alcohol and other Drug Abuse. Natascha’s research, focused on health issues on college campuses, has been presented throughout the United States.