• Is it Time to Wave Goodbye to the Handshake? News @ Northeastern HERE
  • Late to Launch, New York Times, HERE
  • 7 People You Need on Your Personal Advisory Board HERE
  • What Is Personal Branding? HERE
  • Steve Harvey Teaches 'How To Become A Success' HERE
  • Class, Etiquette, and Manners HERE
  • Do You Have a Personal Brand, Ethnic Online
  • Demystifying Networking Myths, El Pueblo Latino HERE
  • Take Your Child To Work, She Knows
  • Before, During, and After The Interview HERE
  • Interviewing Howard University, Dr. A Wade Boyd, Director of Graduate Programs Department of Psychology, HERE
  • Interviewing Vanderbilt University Dr. Donna Y. Ford, Special Education, and Teaching, Journal of Negro Education, Howard University HERE
  • Interviewing Howard Unversity Dean Emeritus, Leslie T. Fenwick, Professor of Education Policy, Journal of Negro Education, Howard University HERE
  • 5 Facts to Youth Career Coaching, Forest of the Rain HERE
  • Meet Natascha F. Saunders of The Youth Career Coach, Boston Voyager Magazine HERE
  • Celia J. Blue, Senior Advisor, Massachusetts Department of Transportation, Ethnic Online
  • Nurys Camargo, Founder of The Chica Project, Ethnic Online
  • Lisa Ranglin, VP Bank of America, Ethnic Online
  • Victoria Okuneye, MIT Student, Brain Cognitive Sciences, Ethnic Online
  • Joy Ekuta, MIT Student, Brain Cognitive Sciences / Chemistry, Ethnic Online

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PUBLICATIONS and more.....

Natascha has written articles and accepted interviews from websites, magazines, newspapers, blogs, Twitter chats, and media outlets including:

►INTERNATIONAL
"THE GLOBAL PODCAST" FANTASTIC Australia Interview! http://buff.ly/1JbjtDB 
NIGERIAN YOUNG PROFESSIONALS NETWORKING | Twitter Universe

►NEWSLETTERS
ED Youth Voices: U.S. Department of Education
National Urban League 
NAACP

►WEBSITES
Insidejobs.com 
SparkandHustle.com 
ColorMagazineUSA.com
El Pueblo Latino
Karibbeanexpressions.com 

►MAGAZINES
Color Magazine USA
Boston University Builders & Leaders
Johnson & Wales Alumni Magazine
Working Mother Online Magazine

►NEWSPAPERS
Metro News (Boston, Philly, NYC, Canada)
The Providence American
The Fall River Herald News 
Herald News
Baystate Banner 
Warwick Beacon News

The New York Times

►MEDIA
BNN 
COX 
ABC 
WCVB 
WHUR 96.3
The Jim Vincent Show
LookingFabz 
Touch 106.1 FM
CKNW 980 AM Canada
AvenuePink New York
BlogTalkRadio.com/gen-y

►MEDIUMS
Verizon Fios Black History Month w/Blackplanet.com
Tory Johnson #SparkandHustle
HipHopRealEstate

►BOOKS/PUBLICATIONS
Saunders, N. (2012). Internship Stories. In Why Internships Are Good: The Best Education Money Can’t Buy. (pp. 129 -134). (n.p.) Amazon

Saunders, N. (2012). Career Exploration for Teens: A Parent Guide to Starting the Career Conversation. (n.p.) InsideJobs

Saunders, N. (2010). Black Youth & Unemployment. In Obama and Black Loyalty Vol. 1 (pp. 55-69). (n.p.) Global Mark Makers​


Natascha F. Saunders is the CEO and Founder of The YCC Inc.; she works with individuals, organizations and academic institutions to ensure her clients are self-aware and market-ready.  She has written many articles, columns, speeches, and presentations. She is the Chapter 5 Author of Black Youth & Unemployment in the book Obama and Black Loyalty Vol 1. Natascha partnered with InsideJobs.com to write Career Exploration for Teens: A Parent Guide to Starting the Career Conversation.

Although gifted to work with youth, students, and young professionals, she has provided coaching for career changers and served as an executive coach for C-Suite Executives at organizations such as EMD Serono, National Association of Black Accountants, and within various industries such as: Human Resources, IT/STEM, Higher Education, Marketing, Publishing, Medicine, etc.

Natascha brings expertise to her work that is grounded in leadership principles along with over ten years of experience. To see her professional experiences visit:
www.linkedin.com/in/nataschasaunders

Here are a few articles:

​​​​​​The Youth Career Coach Inc. 

High School - First GEN - Recent Graduate - Graduate School - Young Professionals