Natalie is a first year MPH student with an emphasis in Community and Behavioral Health Promotion. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point for undergraduate studies in dietetics & nutritional sciences and furthered her education with a study abroad centering on public health and sustainability in the Fiji Islands. She completed her community health-focused dietetic internship at Keene State College in New Hampshire. Currently, she works as a Registered Dietitian for the City of Milwaukee Health Department WIC program where she helps assist families to lead healthier lives and obtain the assistance they need throughout critical times in their lives—pregnancy, infancy, and childhood. Natalie’s interests include global health, childhood obesity prevention, improving food access, public policy, improving breastfeeding rates, and child & maternal health.