Nataly Ayoub ’23

Nataly  Ayoub
Nataly is a junior majoring in Economics with a minor in Mathematics.

Nataly’s coursework includes classes in Economics with a focus on Development Economics, Political Economy, Mathematics, and history and politics of the Middle East and Latin America. During the summer of 2021, Nataly participated in the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program as a member of the Middle East and North Africa research team. Previously, Nataly has worked in contemporary art and educational institutions in her hometown of Jerusalem especially on curriculum development and pandemic relief. At Wellesley, Nataly is involved in the Slater International Student Organization and the Wellesley Arab Women’s Association. Nataly is a native speaker of Arabic and has a working knowledge of Portuguese, French, and Hebrew. Upon graduation, Nataly hopes to further explore intersections of art, education, and health in economic development in the Middle East through research.