Natalie joined the Coastal Conservation League in 2013. She was born in Key West, Florida and grew up in Catalina Island, California and Fort Pierce, Florida. In 2010, Natalie graduated cum laude from the University of Florida with a B.A. in Environmental Science. As an undergraduate, Natalie worked as a Natural Resource Manager at Bluefield Ranch Mitigation Bank in southern Florida. After moving to Charleston, S.C in 2010, she worked as a Law Clerk for the Southern Environmental Law Center. Natalie earned a J.D. from the Charleston School of Law in 2013, where she served as President of the Environmental Law Society. Working on issues spanning from rural land conservation initiatives to community planning, Natalie directs the Land Use Program and serves as Staff Attorney for the League. Natalie is a member of the Charleston County Bar, the South Carolina Bar, and the American Bar Associations. She enjoys hiking, fishing, and spending time with her German Shepherd.
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