Each of our staff members has distinct skills that help us accomplish that goal. Explore below to learn more about our amazing staff.
Yin Sok is excited to join Atlas: DIY as a Development Associate. Prior to joining Atlas: DIY, Yin was an AmeriCorps*VISTA Development and Communications Coordinator at Brooklyn Legal Services Corporation A, where she assisted the development director with fundraising, marketing, and public relations. Her work including coordinating the annual gala and special events, assisting with the production and implementation of appeal campaign, providing support with grant writing, researching grant prospects, managing donor database, communicating with the offices of elected officials, and assisting with event and program marketing materials. She was previously a program coordinator as part of Civic Corps at the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs. She has interned at several places, including the Coalition for Asian American Children and Families (CACF), the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office, and the New York Public Interest Group. She is fluent in Khmer and Mandarin Chinese. She earned her Bachelor’s of Arts in Political Science from CUNY City College of New York. Yin likes to walk, read and learn about new culture. She hopes to learn other languages and travel.
Natasha Lee was born in Jamaica. At three years old, she moved with her mother to New York where she has lived ever since. Her childhood was filled with a consistent desire to excel academically and connect with others. After earning an International Baccalaureate diploma at The Brooklyn Latin School in 2013, she went on to pursue her studies in mathematics and sociology at Hunter College. As the Membership Coordinator and DACA Squad Coordinator, she hopes to help foster the same warm environment that made her feel at home when she became a member of in January 2015 and bring awareness to the importance of safe spaces like Atlas.