Natalie supports evidence use and impact as part of the Evidence Mapping, Systematic Reviews, and Impact Evaluations Activity administered by USAID’s Bureau for Resilience, Environment, and Food Security.
She has more than fifteen years of experience in research and using science to strengthen conservation and development programs. Prior to joining 3ie, she worked at Environmental Incentives where she supported evidence-informed design, implementation, and adaptive management across USAID’s biodiversity portfolio. Her experience includes working with government and non-profit partners advancing climate adaptation, renewable energy development, and fish and wildlife conservation.
Natalie has a Doctorate in Zoology and Ecology from Michigan State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Albion College.