Natalie translates GBA’s accomplishments into engaging media and visual stories. From newsletters and reports to featured articles and blog posts, Natalie manages organizational voice, setting the tone for GBA’s communications with the broader public. She serves as the organizations primary media spokesperson, and shares programmatic impact through online and print publications.
Natalie has a background in communications and design, having worked internationally as a copywriter, social media manager, and digital marketing officer. She focuses on urban sustainability and neighborhood development, using stories to connect diverse cultures and communities. Prior to joining GBA, she worked at Pittsburgh Bike Share as the Outreach Coordinator, expanding rider education through strategic community events and partnerships. She also spent three years in Jordan at a local television production company, managing the visual brand while building cross platform digital campaigns. Natalie has written scripts for a variety of short documentaries, and is known to dabble in roof gardening and urban hiking.
Natalie holds a Bachelors degree in International Studies from Johns Hopkins University, and has studied at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London and the School for International Training in Muscat, Oman.