Natasha Begin, M.Ed.

Content Developer, TNG

Areas of Expertise

Title IX Compliance

Threat Assessment and Behavioral Intervention

Bias Response and Resolution

Student Conduct

Student Basic Needs


M.Ed., K-12 School Counseling, Lewis and Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling

B.A., Sociology, Saint Anselm College

Natasha Begin, M.Ed.

Content Developer, TNG

“Fight for things you care about but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.” Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Natasha Begin is a Content Developer at TNG. In her role, she helps to create curricula, toolkits, templates, and best practice guidelines for ATIXA and NABITA to assist practitioners in effectively serving their students and institutions. Begin brings her experience in student affairs at private liberal arts institutions, where she was involved in residence life, community engagement, student activities, conduct, international program compliance, and Clery compliance. Additionally, she served as a Sergeant for six years in the Oregon Army National Guard.

Begin earned her BA from Saint Anselm College and her M.Ed. in K-12 School Counseling from Lewis and Clark College. She is completing her Ph.D. in Education and Social Change at Bellarmine University’s Annsely Frazier Thornton School of Education.

Begin brings a wealth of direct experience to TNG from her time co-chairing a behavior intervention team, overseeing bias response and civil rights complaints, and serving as Associate Dean of Students and Chief Title IX Officer.

Her approach to problem-solving is asset-based and solutions-focused. She believes successful teams engage critical stakeholders—from cabinet members to parents—to support students and the school community. She provides thoughtful training with confidence, empathy, and vision to support and empower practitioners.

A professional highlight is her success leveraging community partnerships and campus stakeholders to develop a student food pantry and an emergency fund supporting basic student needs that served over 3,000 students.