Natasha Gardner is an award-winning writer and editor living in Denver, Colorado. She was named a finalist for a 2012 National Magazine Award in the public interest category for “Direct Fail,” an expose of Colorado’s “direct file” policy of sending juveniles to adult prison. Her investigation of the foster care system in Colorado (“Unwanted”) received multiple awards, including a Sigma Delta Chi Award from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Natasha has a master’s degree in newsgathering from the University of Colorado and a B.A. in sociology from Smith College. When she’s not typing away on her laptop, she might be hiking in the Rocky Mountains, bent over a book, or trying new recipes.
…to create every day
When I’m not working on stories, I lend my meticulous eye to proofreading and copy editing projects that help you find your story, tell it, and amplify it. Here are some ways I can help you: