Natalie received her undergraduate Honours B.A. at the University of Toronto; law degree at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law; and Certificate in Negotiation through Osgoode’s Professional Development Program. After receiving the University of Windsor’s Social Justice Fellowship, she spent three months in the Democratic Republic of Congo researching sexual violence against women. This experience prompted her to found M.O.R.E. Women International – an organization focused on increasing access to education for women and girls in Africa.
Natalie has focused her career exclusively in the area of social justice and public interest advocacy. Her passion for advancing the rights of marginalized and vulnerable individuals started over 15 years ago, first as a volunteer at her local church and eventually as a community harm reduction worker.
As of May 2016, Natalie finally satisfied her passion for health and fitness and assisting women in reaching their goals by pursuing her coaching certification in Healthy Eating and Weight Loss.
“…the One who called you is completely dependable. If He said He’ll do it, then He will” – 1 Thessalonians 5:24