Clean Energy Siting Associate
Natalie joined CATF after graduating from Georgia Tech with a Master of City and Regional Planning. During her graduate studies, she completed an urban design studio for Tokyo’s central business district, Nihonbashi, where her personal work focused on developing urban energy resilience. Her graduate research paper explored Atlanta’s regional food production potential through a land and climate suitability analysis. She has worked for both municipal and regional planning agencies in Atlanta and Boston on advancing climate and clean energy programs.
Natalie earned a Bachelor of Global Resource Systems from the University of British Columbia in 2020. During this time, she also completed a Semester in Dialogue on Climate Futures at Simon Fraser University.