Natasha joined Aegis Trust in 2014 to aid in the expansion of Aegis beyond the borders of Rwanda. During her tenure with Aegis, she has coordinated projects both for South Sudan and in Kenya notably the South Sudanese intergenerational Dialogue Exchange programs and The Champions Walk for Peace in Kenya. She has forged relationships for Aegis with other stakeholders in Kenya including INGOs, local NGOs, private sector, foreign missions and the government. Natasha has two BS in Math/Physics and International Political economics and a MPA. Her relationship with Aegis Trust stems from her frequently visiting the construction of the Kigali Genocide Memorial with her father when she was a young girl. She is now responsible for coordinating multi-day learning & remembrance tours and programmes in Rwanda for international visitors to the Kigali Genocide Memorial, especially for business leaders and study groups from major academic institutions.