Natalie Impraim is a first-generation child of Ghanaian immigrants. She has lived in Tucson her entire life, where she attended empire high school and went on to graduate from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor’s of Art in Law, and a German minor. After college, Natalie worked for the Arizona Superior Court as a Pretrial services officer for two years.
She eventually transitioned into non-profit work, and she currently works as the program development coordinator for Lutheran social services of the southwest’s refugee and immigration department. In this position, Natalie thrives to bridge the gap between the refugee status population and the Tucson community as a whole. Natalie will be moving to Denver this fall to continue pursuing her passion for human rights, as she begins a Master’s program in international human rights at the University of Denver.
University of Arizona (B.A.)
Josef Corbel School (M.A.)
B.A., Law, German Minor
M.A., International Human Rights and Humanitarian Assistance