Natasha Huey is a poet, teaching artist, and project manager. Natasha has performed on stages across the nation and beyond including the Oracle Arena in Oakland, the Warfield Theater in San Francisco, the Saban Theatre in Los Angeles, and Atlantis, the Palm in Dubai. She has performed on five nationally competing spoken word poetry teams and was awarded "Best Poet" at collegiate nationals in 2013. At Youth Speaks, she organized Brave New Voices, the largest international youth poetry festival in the world, and managed campaigns that applied youth voice to changing public conversations about systemic injustices including environmental drivers of type 2 diabetes, educational inequity, and more. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Language, Power, and Identity and a Creative Writing minor. Natasha is currently an Artist Mentor at Performing Arts Workshop, co-founder of The Root Slam, and co-founder of the Write Home Project.