Prior to Anderson, Natalie worked at J.P. Morgan in New York City as an Oversight & Control Analyst. In this position, she collaborated with senior management to implement regulatory banking requirements primarily relating to the Volcker Rule. Her primary responsibilities involved creating financial projections that informed major investment decisions, conducting in-depth research on new banking regulations and thorough reviews of legal documentation relating to the Volcker Rule. Outside of work, Natalie was very involved in the NYC Chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters both as a mentor and through her fundraising efforts.
During her time at Anderson, Natalie has pivoted to a Real Estate track with a specific focus on Affordable Housing. In the first-year of her MBA, she has been most involved with the Anderson Real Estate Association (AREA) and Challenge for Charity (C4C). Natalie holds leadership positions in these clubs as well as Energy Management Group (EMG) and the Black Business Students Association (BBSA). Recently, Natalie was named as one of four 2019- 2020 Howard and Irene Levine Affordable Housing Fellows.