Natalie Shoup

Grant Portfolio Specialist at End Violence

Natalie has recently worked with Nest Foundation in combatting child sexual exploitation and trafficking through engaging with communities of young people, educators, and experts in prevention education programs. Natalie has also supported the work of Developing Minds Foundation in various capacities over the past 8 years, most recently as Executive Director. She supported community-based NGOs in the US, Brazil and Colombia to provide access to quality education and psychosocial support for children, youth and families affected by violence. Previously, Natalie was Program and Training Manager at the Data-Pop Alliance, a coalition created by Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, MIT Media Lab and Overseas Development Institute. She managed multi-sectoral project and research partnerships and contributed to the creation and implementation of professional data literacy training workshops jointly with UN Systems Staff College. 

Natalie recently completed a Master’s in Education and International Development at the University of Cambridge, focusing on the intersection of peace-building education, digital futures, and informal learning. For undergrad, Natalie received her BSE in Operations Research and Financial Engineering from Princeton University.