Natalie serves at the Esperanza Center of Catholic Charities of Baltimore, Maryland, where she represents unaccompanied children and other low-income clients, on cases involving removal proceedings, SIJS, asylum, U visas, and more. In law school, she gained experience with immigration law through internships with the Southern Poverty Law Center and Catholic Charities Cleveland. In her pre- law school career, she taught English for two years in Somaliland and Tanzania, where she became fluent in Swahili, and worked in grassroots global health advocacy in the U.S. and Australia. She enjoys cooking, running, and Brazilian Zouk dancing.