Natalie Jesionka is a professor, social impact adviser and human trafficking expert. Natalie has served on the Board of Directors of Amnesty International USA and penned the column "Travel Mirror" for The Daily Muse, focusing on best practices in volunteering and international development. She serves as the Editor of Shatter the Looking Glass, an online magazine that focuses on ethical travel. Natalie is a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellow, and served as a Fulbright Scholar in Thailand researching stateless Hill Tribes and examining the origins of human trafficking. The work led to a partnership with Shine Global, an Oscar Award-winning non-profit production company, on the documentary film The Wrong Light. In 2019, Natalie launched Global Elective, a travel platform that encourages students to travel ethically.
Social Impact Consultant