As the Special Assistant to the Director of the Justice Program, Natasha Camhi conducts research, writes and edits program reports and publications, and provides administrative support. She came to the Brennan Center in June 2016 from the art world. In addition to four years of full-time work as a decorative artist and designer, Natasha has served as Development Coordinator and Educator for the Artist Volunteer Center, a nonprofit organization that acts as a support service for artists whose practices are informed by direct action. She has also done community engagement and event production work with Creative Time, a public arts organization whose innovative projects seek to transcend geographic, racial, and socioeconomic boundaries. Prior to these roles, Natasha worked as Curatorial Assistant at Wesleyan University’s renowned Zilkha Gallery, where she was the primary artist liaison and coordinator for exhibition production, installation, and publications.
Natasha graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Wesleyan University in 2012, where she received a BA with Honors in Art History.
- A Federal Agenda to Reduce Mass Incarceration May 15, 2017
- Criminal Justice in President Trump's First 100 Days April 20, 2017
- The Hidden Bearers Of Mass Incarceration: Women,HuffPost, July 21, 2017
- Donald Trump Is Wrong—America Is Safer Today Than It Has Been in Decades, Time, September 26, 2016
- Criminal Justice Reform Has Made it into Both Party Platforms. That’s a Big Deal., August 1, 2016