Natasha grew up in the Midwest before moving to Colorado to pursue her undergraduate degrees in neuroscience and molecular, cellular, and developmental biology. She came to Washington for graduate school, where she studied neuropathic pain syndromes and obtained her Masters degree in neuroscience.
Having fallen in love with the Northwest, Natasha stayed for law school. While in law school she was selected to compete as a member of the UW’s national mock trial team and was further recognized for her trial advocacy skills with the Hugh Miracle Award for Best Opening Statement and the John C. Coughenour Award for Best Oral Advocate. Wanting to put her advocacy skills to use, Natasha worked as a licensed law student at the Pierce County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office where she participated in several trials before graduating.
After passing the bar, Natasha joined Johnson, Graffe, Keay, Moniz & Wick as an associate in 2023. Natasha’s practice involves the defense of physicians and health care institutions against claims of medical malpractice, as well as the representation of health care providers in licensing and disciplinary actions. In her free time, Natasha enjoys traveling and creating new recipes with her partner and their German Shephard mutt.
- University of Washington School of Law, J.D., 2022
- University of Washington Graduate School, M.S., 2020
- University of Colorado Boulder, B.A., 2016
- Washington State Court
- Western District of Washington