Natasha Carmi is an experienced water specialist in hydropolitics with a demonstrated history of working in highly sensitive and timely political environments.
She joined the Geneva Water Hub in 2018, as the lead water specialist and contributes primarily to the establishment of the Global Water Observatory on Water and Peace, and the empowerment of women in water diplomacy. She works both on the global and regional aspects of the advancement of the water-peace discourse.
Prior to that, she worked as water policy advisor to the Palestinian Negotiations Support Project, working closely with decision makers, and has experience in bilateral and regional water negotiations. Ms. Carmi has worked with water resources and environmental challenges in the Middle East for the past 20 years.
She serves frequently as a faculty member for conferences and workshops dealing with transboundary water resources in general, and hydropolitics in particular, at which water is a core political issue and international water law is a necessary framework for resolving conflicts and identifying opportunities and solutions.