Natasha Soolkin

 

Natasha Soolkin came to the U.S. from Moscow, Russia in 1990. She has 15 years of experience working with the refugee population, organizing educational seminars for diverse refugee populations, interpreting and translating for refugee clients and mainstream organizations, and designing and implementing various activities for children and families. Since 2002, she has been a Regional Director of the RCAM North Shore Office and the manager of the New American Center. Her responsibilities include coordination of the Massachusetts Preventative Health Program, Refugee School Impact Program, Employment Support Service Program, Refugee Youth Adjustment Services, provision of family support services (Post-Resettlement Community Services, Program to Enhance Elder Refugee Services and Community Support Program), and translation and interpreting services.