Natalie helps others discover their best selves and learn to live that calling more steadily and confidently. She partners with staff and faculty clients as a coach at The Ohio State University Medical Center where she leads the education, leadership and organizational effectiveness teams. She also partners with clients outside of the work setting who long to live a more intentional life; she is available for coaching on evenings and weekends.
Natalie is certified in administration of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and The Center for Creative Leadership’s Career Architect Tool. She has experience facilitating StrengthsFinder and Art of Hosting practices and tools, including Appreciative Inquiry and World Café. She is currently completing certification for The Coaches Training Institute (CTI).
A graduate of Heidelberg University (Tiffin, Ohio) with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Theatre/Communication, Natalie also received a Master of Arts in Organizational Communication from Ohio University.
She is a professional storyteller with her husband, with whom she tells tandem stories. She also gets great pleasure tracking down favorite books and authors requested by her homeless friends who she shares a meal with on Wednesday evenings. She and her husband have two grown sons, a large dog and nine chickens.