Lives in: Denver, Colorado/Senegal
- Concepts of WEE, The business case for WEE, Child labour, Employment creation, Mentorship
“To see what is in front of one’s nose needs a constant struggle.” George Orwell
Natty Ndate Loeschke is a Senegalese born US citizen currently residing in the US. She is a graduate from Devry University with a degree in Technical Management/HR. She is bilingual English-French and also speaks a third language known as Wolof. Natty has been actively involved in many Community Empowerment organizations and Peace Building associations. As an advocate for Human Rights, she volunteered her time with the Global Eco-village Network and worked effectively with her fellow Senegalese and Americans citizens to educate communities on Human Rights, Women Empowerment, Peace-Building and Sustainable Development. She has a background in Human Rights, Intercultural Communication, Motivational Speaking, African Community Empowerment, Gender Equality, Conflict Resolution, Peace-Building, Human Resource Management, Project Management, Leadership, and Customer Relations.