Natalie’s background is in qualitative research, conflict analysis, program planning, and evaluation. Her experience in research and evaluation is in community health, Opportunity Youth, behavior change communication, conflict transformation, and capacity building.
Natalie currently works on multiple evaluation projects, including the Lumina Foundation’s Community Partnership for Attainment initiative, the Citi Foundation’s Pathways to Progress portfolio, the Helmsley Charitable Trust’s investment in enhancing teaching practices and applying network strategies in STEM education, the BUILD Health Challenge, and the evaluation of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Family Economic Security Workforce Development Pilot programs.
Prior to joining Equal Measure, Natalie was a project assistant at the American Friends Service Committee, where she supported the Planning & Evaluation department in analyzing the internal program planning process to contribute toward more strategically positioning the department’s role. She also created a tutorial about improving the use of clearly articulated theories of change throughout programs organization-wide. As an intern with Population Media Center, she researched demographic and health survey data on the non-use of contraceptives to better understand how to target behavior change programming interventions to varied populations.
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