About Us:

Natasha Fulton

Research Specialist

Natasha Fulton

I am from Greasewood, Arizona which is a small community on the Navajo Reservation. I am of the Mexican People Clan, born for the Salt Clan. My maternal grandfather is of the Big Water Clan and my paternal grandfather is of the Start-of-the-Red-Streaked People Clan.

I attended Northern Arizona University and received my Bachelor's degree in Health Sciences-Public Health. As a student, I worked with ITEP's Environmental Education Outreach Program for three years. Currently, my work supports ITEP's online training courses Tribal Exchange Network program. I like that my interests in education, the environment, and tribal issues can be expressed and built upon here at ITEP. I believe in lifelong learning so being here enables me to gain new information and insight on topics in this field.

Outside of work, I enjoy reading, spending time at bookstores, being with friends and family, and discovering new places in Flagstaff.

Natasha can be reached by e-mail at Natasha.Fulton@nau.edu.


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