Natalie works on a variety of clean air issues including air quality, visibility, and reducing harmful air emissions.
Natalie works across the country to inspire support to protect parks and communities by clearing the air of harmful air pollutants. Natalie has worked across many programs at NPCA including wildlife protection, landscape conservation, and oil and gas development.
Natalie started her time at NPCA in 2013 on the Government Affairs team where she educated Congress on park protection legislation, worked with the Park Service on recreation and wilderness issues, and worked to protect national parks from adjacent oil and gas development. She also manages NPCA’s sister organization, the National Parks Action Fund, which works to ensure our national parks are a national priority for our elected leaders.
Prior to NPCA, Natalie spent four years as an AmeriCorps grants manager in Washington, D.C. and spent two years as an AmeriCorps member. She holds a Masters of Public Administration from The George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of California at Berkeley. Natalie lives with her two rambunctious daughters and husband back in her hometown in the Bay Area in California