Research and Professional Interests
Natasha Westheimer serves as an Early Stage Researcher at the Center for Transboundary Water Management at the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies. Natasha is assisting in the project management of a greywater reuse and treatment project, providing alternative wastewater management solutions to off grid communities in Israel and Palestine.
Natasha received a B.A. from the University of Maryland. Her self-designed major in International Development and Conflict Management, specialization in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict for a double major in Jewish Studies, citation as a Public Leadership Scholar, and certificate of International Law and Negotiation from the University of Amsterdam combine to give her the versatile background needed for dealing with issues related to not only transboundary water management, but to the general issues relating to peace building and resource management in the Middle East.
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