Natalie has a passion and track record for shepherding transformative change within both small and large organizations. Natalie started her career on Wall Street, first in Investment Banking at Morgan Stanley and then in Strategy, Corporate Development, and Investor Relations at ING U.S. (now Voya Financial). She worked alongside senior management to develop and execute financial and strategic initiatives including two initial public offerings, a continuous improvement effort, a divestiture, and a full rebranding. She pivoted to healthcare given her longstanding interest in solving challenges for healthcare providers and their patients. She went on to deliver business development and operational improvement plans for executives at top academic medical centers including Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, UCLA Health, and Emory Healthcare. Most recently, she scaled and led all client operations at Radix Health, a healthcare technology company focused on improving patient access. Natalie received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and master’s degrees in business administration and public health from Columbia University.