Natalia Urtubey. Natalia has engaged with countless community partners to drive collaborative action.
After more than five years working with youth-serving nonprofits in Boston, Natalia joined Mayor Martin J. Walsh's administration to help develop and execute the city’s first citywide plan in more than 50 years. Natalia is committed to life as a public servant and an agent of change, with a “get stuff done” mentality.
Natalia graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Political Science. She earned a Master in Public Administration from Suffolk University. Natalia serves on the board of advisors for the Dorchester YMCA, Future Chefs, and the Emerging Leaders Program at UMass Boston.
She is proud Dorchester homeowner and member of the Greater Ashmont Neighborhood Association and the St. Mark’s Civic Association.
SPARK IMPACT AWARDS
SPARK Boston is Mayor Walsh’s millennial engagement initiative. Our mission is to engage the next generation of civic leaders and social entrepreneurs in the work of city government. From dedicated public servants to community builders and connectors, millennials are some of Boston’s most impactful citizens. Each year, the City of Boston celebrates the millennial contribution to our city with the Annual SPARK Impact Awards.