Andrianna Natsoulas is an independent consultant who works toward the viability of communities, especially small-scale farming and fishing communities. She has extensive experience in program and project development; fundraising and grant development; and, researching and writing about farm, fish and social justice issues.
Andrianna is also available for public speaking engagements on fisheries and agriculture issues as they relate to food sovereignty. Recently, she was a guest speaker at the American Studies Association annual meeting in Baltimore, Maryland and at the Transition Town Roundtable on community based food structures in Woodstock, New York.
For the past 20 years, Andrianna has worked on a range of environmental and social justice issues in coordination with diverse groups of people. She thrives where she can develop, maintain and strengthen campaigns in innovative and creative ways. Andrianna also is an excellent coalition-builder across sectors, backgrounds and cultures, which is crucial to ensure stable social and environmental change.
Her specialties include the following:
• Material Development: research, writing and editing of reports, fact sheets, web content
• Development: fundraising, grant management, proposal writing
• Programmatic: program development and policy analysis
• Organizational: budget management, organizational development, coalition building
• Communications: public speaking, communications, media relations, social media networking
• Technical: Microsoft office, web site maintenance
Andrianna's clients have included FIAN (www.fian.org), WhyHunger (www.whyhunger.org) and Sitka Conservation Society (www.sitkawild.org).
She is available for short or long term projects. Please click here to view her full resume.
For more information, contact Andrianna at email@example.com