Natalya Wallin – Director of Strategic Partnerships
Natalya Wallin is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Global Fund to End Modern Slavery. She coordinates the Fund’s resource mobilization strategy and develops and manages partnerships with the public and private sectors and civil society. Natalya was formerly the Special Assistant to the Ambassador to Combat Trafficking at the U.S. Department of State, and previously spearheaded process improvement and strategy development for initiatives and start ups in the Balkans and the U.S. She earned her MA from Duke University and her MPP from the University of Chicago where she served as Executive Editor of the Chicago Policy Review. Natalya was a DACOR Foundation Fellow in Foreign Affairs and a Kosciuszko Foundation Scholar. She is a member of the White House Alumni Network and serves on the Harris Alumni Council at the University of Chicago.