Hi! Natalie here. I currently work on news partnerships at CNBC.com. I'm building a syndication network and promoting content across platforms as part of an editorial strategy to grow the network's digital audience. 

I got into this business because I love stories. I've reported from lots of places, including a desk at 30 Rock, middle America, my home state of Pennsylvania, and once, Bowling Green, KY. I've published work about gender, sexuality, business, politics, careers, crime, criminal justice, culture, nightlife, media and lifestyle.

Always a Philly girl, I studied writing, communication and media at the University of Pittsburgh and worked for a year and a half in Minneapolis before moving to Manhattan. As a student, my reporting and investigative work about LGBT members of Greek life and an on-campus secret society earned national awards. I was interviewed about "Gay and Greek" by the country's top student press blog College Media Matters, where I also contributed media commentary.

You can find me all over the internet, but I love Instagram. Otherwise, I run, do yoga, try to cook, book last-minute trips — and reeead.


It me. Queens. May 2017.

My mom's shoes. Central Park. June 2017.

My mom's shoes. Central Park. June 2017.