Natalie is an associate with Miller Wenhold Capitol Strategies where she brings policy experience working at both the state and federal levels. She began her career in politics with the Associated Students of the University of Missouri (ASUM), a student-led advocacy group that lobbies on behalf of the students in the University of Missouri System. For four years, she worked closely with state lawmakers, university administrators, and students to push student priorities in the Missouri state Capitol. During her time as a Miller Wenhold policy intern, Natalie attended congressional hearings, composed memorandums for distribution to clients, assisted with advocacy activities, and conducted research on various policy issues. Her time in state and federal politics provided her invaluable experience in political strategies, technical legislative processes, and effective advocacy techniques.
In addition to her policy work, Natalie has several years of experience with event coordination, program development, operational planning, and strategic management. She will utilize both her professional experience and educational background to help streamline processes, increase productivity, and ensure organizations advance their mission.
Natalie was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. She attended the University of Missouri-Columbia where she received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Political Science and master’s degree in Public Affairs.
Among her accomplishments, Natalie successfully lobbied for two bills that were passed into Missouri law in 2018.