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  • 1 City Hall Square
    Room 806
    Boston, MA 02201

Natalia Espinosa Tokuhama

Boston Economic Mobility Manager

Natalia is the Boston Economic Mobility Manager for the Equity and Inclusion Cabinet. She focuses on developing innovative economic health and mobility policies for all Bostonians. She does this through research, strategic pilot projects, partnerships, and community-centered programming. Prior to joining the Equity and Inclusion Cabinet, Natalia worked with the Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement managing economic integration projects and programs with strategic partners to strengthen the financial well-being of immigrants in Boston. Natalia also has previous experience working in Latin American economic development, resiliency, and entrepreneurship projects with local governments.

With a multicultural background and upbringing, Natalia speaks English, Spanish, French, and German fluently and is working on her Portuguese skills. Natalia holds a Bachelor’s in Political Science with a minor in Social and Public Policy from New York University and a Master's of Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University.


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