Natalie joined ABC News 4 from WUFT, North Central Florida's PBS affiliate in Gainesville, where she worked as a reporter, producer, and editor. While there, Natalie reported on several local, state, and national issues, including the aftermath of the central Florida tornadoes and the execution of Gainesville's infamous serial killer, Danny Rolling.
She also served as the assistant news director for North Central Florida's NPR station.
A native of Miami, Florida, where she worked as an intern at WPLG-TV, Natalie is a graduate of the University of Florida with a degree in telecommunications-news.
While at ABC News 4, Natalie's work has included in-depth coverage of the Sofa Super Store fire, including changes to the Charleston Fire Department, and the Kate Waring murder trial.
Natalie is happy to call the Lowcountry home and has volunteered her time as an emcee for many local organizations, including the Fraternal Order of Police and the Alzheimer's Association. She has also participated in special events with the Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina.
Natalie is also trained as a steward of children through Darkness to Light, a Lowcountry prevention and response program for adults in confronting child sexual abuse.
Natalie enjoys dining at amazing Lowcountry restaurants and visiting the beaches.
She wants to hear from you and what's affecting your community.
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