Natalie creates and edits content for Bixal’s U.S. Small Business Administration, and Defense Language and National Security Education Office (DLNSEO) contracts. She is also developing and implementing a marketing strategy for DLNSEO’s website, www.cultureready.org.
Natalie has spent her career creating English and Spanish content that informs, inspires and engages target audiences for broadcast media, federal agencies, nonprofit organizations and Fortune 500 companies. She has produced and executed strategic communications and content marketing plans for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Natalie has two bachelor’s degrees from Boston University—one in journalism and the other in political science. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Atlanta Film Festival Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary Short for her film “Africa’s Daughters,” which tells the story of two Ugandan teenagers getting a high school education despite facing numerous cultural, social and economic obstacles. She went on to win a CINE Golden Eagle and Special Jury Award for “Tumaini Letu (Our Hope),” a documentary about some of the hundreds of thousands of children orphaned by AIDS in Kenya and the women raising them. Originally from Miami Beach, Natalie has visited 28 countries and enjoys yoga, theater productions, and live music.