Sunday Supper - Sept.
with guest: Natosha Reid Rice
Associate General Counsel, Habitat for Humanity International, Inc.
Associate Pastor, Ebenezer Baptist Church
Sunday Suppers are casual gatherings where new ideas and stimulating conversation are the main fare at interesting restaurants. The guest speaker leads an informal discussion based on their work or topic of interest. Reservations are open to current Harvard Club of Georgia members and their guests on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to 12 people so that the conversation is more personal and happens around the dinner table. Purchasing a $15.00 ticket reserves your seat at the table and contributes towards the guest speaker's meal. Each attendee orders their own meal and is responsible for his/her check.
COST: $15.00 reservation
RSVP: Open to first twelve HCG members (plus one guest)
SPEAKER: Natosha Reid Rice
Natosha Reid Rice currently serves as the Associate General Counsel for Real Estate and Finance at Habitat for Humanity International where she initiates and manages financing programs and strategies to generate sources of capital that enable Habitat affiliates to provide decent, affordable housing to families throughout the country. In addition to her work at Habitat, Natosha also serves as an Associate Pastor at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia.
Prior to joining Habitat, Natosha practiced law in the commercial real estate practices of major international law firms.
Natosha is passionate about providing a voice to the voiceless and opportunities to communities that have been historically disadvantaged. She currently serves on the boards of the global Harvard Alumni Association as an elected director, the Atlanta Community Foodbank, the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, Invest Atlanta’s Atlanta Emerging Markets, Inc. and the advisory board of the Harvard Debate Council. She has been actively involved in efforts to pass legislation and policies to protect victims of human sex trafficking in Georgia and provide for a fair workplace for women. Her work alongside other activists and advocacy organizations, led to the passage of the Safe Harbor/Rachel’s Law in 2015 and a state Constitutional Amendment in 2017 that outlines the operation of the Safe Harbor for Sexually Exploited Children Fund and Commission.
In addition, she is a highly regarded keynote speaker and workshop facilitator and delivered her talk “If We Are More Alike Than Unalike, Then…” - www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4gv6qvYJFQ for TEDx Centennial Park Women.