SCIENCE EXPERT: PRIMATE CONSERVATION
Natalia Reagan is an anthropologist renowned for weighing in on different scientific subjects. She works in primate conservation in rural Panama, focusing on a critically endangered subspecies of spider monkey (Ateles geoffroyi azuerensis).
Natalia's passion is primate conservation and biological anthropology. She received her bachelor's degree in anthropology from California State University Northridge. She completed an honors thesis focusing on a holistic approach to Grauer's gorilla conservation. Grauer's gorillas are a subspecies of gorilla living in the Democratic Republic of Congo. She plans to go to Africa to work with both the community and the gorillas she wants to conserve.
Natalia attended California State University Northridge, earning a M.A. degree in anthropology. Her focus was primate conservation and she conducted a survey of the Azuero spider monkey, a critically endangered subspecies endemic to the Azuero peninsula in Panama. She continues to work in the region.
Natalia is also an actress and comedian and has appeared on several television and web series.