A.B. Economics, Mount Holyoke College.
Natasha is one of the lead researchers on the Value Chains pillar for the Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition in South Asia (LANSA) research consortium at the Collective. She has co-authoured the book A Microcredit Alternative in South Asia: Akhuwat’s Experiment (Routledge, 2018). She is also one of the campaign organizers for Girls at Dhabas, a feminist initiative working towards raising a conversation on women’s access to public space. Prior to the Collective she has worked on research projects at various organizations.
She tweets at @natashaansari
Nigel Poole, Jessica Agnew, Natasha Ansari, Bhavani R.v, Mar Maestre, Rashid Mehmood and Rohit Parasar, Being realistic about the contribution of private businesses to public nutrition objectives. Food Chain, 9:2, 91–102, Practical Action Publishing. June 2020.
Natasha Ansari, Women's Mobility and Labor Force Participation in Karachi: Some Preliminary Observations. Collective Blog. November 2018.
Natasha Ansari, Rights Beyond Property: The Boohars of Rohi. Collective Blog. February 2015.
Natasha Ansari and Asad Sayeed, Migration and Differential Patterns of Patriarchy: Contours of Female Labour Force Participation in Karachi, Collective Seminar 2019-05, 02 May 2019.
Natasha Ansari, A Microcredit Alternative in South Asia: Akhuwat's Experiment (with Shahrukh Rafi Khan), Collective Seminar 2018-06, 26 Sep 2018.