As a primary care physician, I FINALLY have a remedy I can give to my patients in their most painful time to start them on their healing journey. When no one seems to know the right words to say, these poems provide solace and the sense that ‘you are not alone.'”
—Pamela K. Brar, MD
Natasha was the First-Year M.B.A. Program CoordinatorNatasha was the First-Year M.B.A. Program Coordinator at the Whittemore School of Business and Econo...
Natasha with her best-selling first bookPaths to Power: A Woman’s Guide from First Job to Top Executive...
Natasha’s article “Management Men and Women: Closed Vs. Open Doors” in Harvard Business Review
Natasha’s article “Women Executives: The Accessibility Factor” in the Work/Life section of Ms. Magazine
Natasha’s poem: “Impressions from an Office”on the front page of The Wall Street Journal’s National Business Employment Weekly...
Natasha being honored at the Third Annual “Tribute to Women” at the California Women in Government Conference in San Diego, California
Natasha and world-renowned artist Francoise Gilot, who illustrated Natasha's first book of poetry
Natasha receiving “Woman of the Year” award at the Women in Management Conference in Los Angeles, California
Natasha, commencement speaker, with Dean Richard Atkinson...at the UCSD Third College commencement in La Jolla, California...
Natasha playing guitar and singing poems from her children’s bookA Hundred Scoops of Ice Cream: Tiny Tales, for kindergartners in San Diego, California....
Dr. Eric Topol, well-known genomics researcher, showing Natasha how to use an iPhone to do a cardiogram
Poems - December 01, 2017
what children know
is soon forgotten
replaced by learning
what women know
is oft discounted
in a man’s world
what black people know
in a white society
is replaced by knowledge
we cut ourselves off
from the truth.
Thoughts - December 01, 2017
I never lose sight of the fact that just being is fun.” Katharine Hepburn, American actress (1907–2003) I never lose sight of the fact that just being is something to be grateful for on a daily basis.
Articles - December 04, 2017
A guest just brought me a box of milk chocolates; I only like the dark kind. So I will re-gift it unopened the next time I’m invited to someone’s house for dinner. I remember my mother receiving a box of dried fruits with someone else’s card—a re-gifting three times over! The protocol is that if MORE >