Natasha Graham is an international disability expert. Having worked for the Global Partnership for Education Secretariat, the World Bank, UNICEF, and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on issues related to inclusion of children with disabilities in education, childhood disability screening and service provision, she is now working with the World Bank, Partnership for Child Development (PCD) and Sightsavers on designing and implementing inclusive school health programs.
Natasha has extensive experience working in East Africa, South East Asia and the Pacific, and Central Asia focusing on understanding the needs of marginalized children and those excluded from education. She holds a Masters degree in Public Administration specialized in International Education Policy from Monterey Institute of International Studies. A native of Russia, she is a global nomad and an advocate for the most excluded.