Natalie is from Newtown, Pennsylvania. She graduated from Stetson University in 2018 and majored in Molecular Biology with minors in Chemistry and Psychology. As an undergraduate, Natalie worked as a Resident Assistant, Teaching Assistant for Chemistry, as well as the Lead Peer Health Educator within the Wellness and Recreation Department. Following graduation, she worked as a Laboratory Genetic Counseling Assistant for PreventionGenetics, where she learned more about non-traditional roles of a genetic counselor. While in Wisconsin, she volunteered for the Children's Advocacy Center and as a SANE Advocate at the local hospital. Natalie chose Rutgers because of the immediate connection she felt to the leadership of the program as they are truly invested in each of their students. She is most excited about the diverse clinical rotations and specialty rotations that are available by being at Rutgers.