Nathalie Milfort is a program coordinator with the Health and Human Rights Initiative.
Milfort is a historian with a strong background in social and cultural projects. Prior to the O’Neill Institute, she served at the Ministry of Culture of Colombia, where she played a pivotal role in documenting and preserving movable assets associated with local communities. She managed projects at an archaeological site in Facatativa, working closely with government and community stakeholders to prioritize and protect cultural heritage. Additionally, she led a project in the city of Popayan, identifying and documenting movable assets tied to one of Colombia’s oldest Catholic traditions.
Milfort’s coordination skills were instrumental in implementing procedures and methodologies for the identification, assessment, prioritization, inventory, registration, and circulation of valuable cultural artifacts. Her dedication to preserving cultural heritage contributed to the safeguarding of everyday objects that represent important elements of Colombia’s diverse cultural landscape.
Milfort’s work at the Ministry of Culture demonstrates her passion for connecting historical research with practical applications, making her a valuable asset to any organization focused on cultural preservation and community engagement.
Milfort received her Bachelor’s of Science in History from Universidad Nacional, Sede Medellin.