Natasha Riveron earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from Colorado College in 2017 where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa. Previously, she worked as a volunteer coordinator for the Cost of Poverty Experience at the United Way of Greater Toledo. She has also done extensive work as a fellow in the Chaplain’s Office at Colorado College in event coordination, interfaith dialogue, and community building. During her time in college, she spent a sizable amount of time in the theatre as an actor, stage manager, and tech hand. Although she hails from Northwest Ohio, she is overjoyed to call Colorado Springs home. When not at work, she is an avid reader and adventurous foodie, but her favorite activity is spending quality time with her family and friends.