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Natasha Roberts

Integrated Labor and Employment

Relations B.S. and Human Resources and

Employment Relations M.S IUG. program

BLUEprint: Mentor Coordinator

Expected Graduation Date: May 2019

Internship: Mars, Summer 2018


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Biography:

From Westchester, New York, Natasha Roberts will graduate in May 2019 with a Master of Science in Human Resources and Employment Relations. Additionally, in May 2018, Natasha received her Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations and Bachelor of Art in Psychology and graduated as a Schreyer Honors Scholar and Paterno Fellow 

Outside of classes, Natasha is a member of SHRM, Caribbean Student Association and Latino Caucus. Additionally, she is actively involved in a peer-mentoring organization called BLUEprint. BLUEprint serves to help first year and change of campus students of color become acclimated to campus through peer mentoring and a series of programs. Within BLUEprint, she has held various leadership positions on the Planning Committee and has achieved level 1 certification for mentoring.

This past summer, Natasha interned at Mars Inc.as a Talent Acquisition intern in Chicago, IL. Her focus was on sourcing and employer reputation therefore she worked closely with recruiters, sourcing specialists and corporate affairs to develop content to be sent to candidates, videos to be posted on LinkedIn and playbooks to assist hiring managers in using social media to recruit. In addition, Natasha worked on a Diversity and Inclusion project that focused on Diversity recruiting. She developed a return on investment tracker for the diversity recruitment events and provided recommendations based on her research on ways the company can improve the Diversity and Inclusion initiatives. 

Furthermore, Natasha has experience working for PNC as a Learning & Development intern  She worked closely with Learning & Development Consultants on various project regarding archiving, the virtual learning environment and creating timelines for new training modules. Natasha had the opportunity to shadow managers in various HR functions and was given the opportunity to help coordinate and execute a 2-day off-site for 50 employees. The off-sit was intended to discuss how their current HR processes can be reinvented to operate cross functionally to improve the employee experience through the new Work Day platform. Additionally, Natasha and 10 other interns presented to the CHRO of PNC and her direct reports about how PNC can improve their disposition codes and it’s process in order to decrease risk and increase efficiency.

Lastly, Natasha enjoys learning about different cultures and plans to study abroad before graduation and hopes to become a leading figure within the Human Resource field.

Outside of classes, Natasha is a member of SHRM, Caribbean Student Association and Latino Caucus. Additionally, she is actively involved in a peer-mentoring organization called BLUEprint. BLUEprint serves to help first year and change of campus students of color become acclimated to campus through peer mentoring and a series of programs. Within BLUEprint, she has held various leadership positions on the Planning Committee and has achieved level 1 certification for mentoring.

This past summer, Natasha was a Learning & Development intern at PNC with a focus on retail learning. She worked closely with Learning & Development Consultants on various project regarding archiving, the virtual learning environment and creating timelines for new training modules. Natasha had the opportunity to shadow managers in various HR functions and was given the opportunity to help coordinate and execute a 2-day off-site for 50 employees. The off-sit was intended to discuss how their current HR processes can be reinvented to operate cross functionally to improve the employee experience through the new Work Day platform. Additionally, Natasha and 10 other interns presented to the CHRO of PNC and her direct reports about how PNC can improve their disposition codes and it’s process in order to decrease risk and increase efficiency.

Furthermore, Natasha enjoys learning about different cultures and plans to study abroad before graduation and hopes to become a leading figure within the Human Resource field.