Natalie is the project coordinator for the Public Health Practices project. She writes and curates content for the PHP Web site and helps state and local health agencies with technical assistance needs. As part of the national At-Risk Populations Project, she authored two chapters of a national guidance on data management and access to clinical services during disasters. In the spring of 2010, Natalie traveled to five European cities as a Marshall Memorial Fellow, studying environmental reconstruction and integration of national minorities into civic policy. Natalie earned her MPH from the University of Minnesota in 2007, where she received the Most Outstanding Master’s Project award for her work on quantifying risk factors for intimate partner homicide in the Twin Cities.