Natalia Martinez Sagan is a born-and-raised Argentine creative professional and activist, based in New York City.
Trained as a Climate Reality Leader by former US Vice President and Nobel Prize Laureate, Al Gore, she began engaging in environmental activism in early childhood, and by the time she was 12 years old she had been distinguished as 'Young Parliamentarian', due to a project she wrote addressing the lack of waste management in her district.
Natalia’s profound passion for the arts and environmental sustainability led her to merge both worlds, and for over a decade now she has been working as an art director, designer + maker, stylist, and consultant specialized in creative reuse, with extensive experience across theater, photography, film, and event industries.
As a speaker, she has been invited to join panels at the United Nations, the University of Pennsylvania, the Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations, and Universidad de Palermo, among many others.
Dedicated to promote environmental awareness through materials reuse, Natalia applies her interdisciplinary expertise in art and design, to her current work with organizations, businesses, and individuals.