Natalie is an Associate supporting the Impact Investment and Advisory teams at Social Finance.
Prior to joining Social Finance, Natalie worked in venture capital at Dalus Capital in Mexico City as a Fulbright-García Robles Binational Business Grantee. She conducted research, sourced deals, and performed due diligence on financial inclusion, ag-tech, and digital health startups across Latin America. She also wrote the company’s inaugural Impact Report and collaborated with Value for Women to implement the 2X Challenge, a G7 initiative for Development Finance Institutions to invest in women. Natalie started her career at Altman Solon, a global management consultancy focused on technology, media, and telecommunications. At Altman Solon, she worked on a variety of corporate strategy, private equity due diligence, and pro-bono projects.
Natalie graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Brown University with the award for Excellence in Development Studies (international economic development). She spent a semester abroad at the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the University of Granada in Spain. In addition to her direct enrollment, she undertook an independent study project on the history of Jews in Muslim Spain as a Consortium for Advanced Studies Abroad Historical Memory Fellow. Natalie also completed graduate economics coursework at the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México during her Fulbright.
Natalie was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She enjoys cooking, skiing, reading, and writing.
As a Development Studies major, I spent a lot of time studying what went wrong in economic development projects. I joined Social Finance because they lead with a data-driven, intellectually rigorous, and equity-minded approach to empower individuals and enact systemic change.