A masterful storyteller with 15 years of experience in communications, Natalie Chambers specializes in advancing the missions of progressive issues-focused clients by crafting and sharing narratives that truly matter.
After beginning her public relations career in Miami’s luxury real estate industry, Natalie transitioned to the public service sector when she joined the state of Florida’s employment services division as a policy analyst and program developer. From there, Natalie managed communications and events for the American Cancer society, curated national level partnerships and advocacy strategies for the Department of Veterans Affairs Homeless Programs Office, and developed communications strategies for almost 40 organizations serving under-represented communities that were partnered with a large scale federally funded clinical research initiative.
Outside of work, Natalie is an avid rower with the Capital Rowing Club and is also completing her master’s thesis on legal issues affecting police reform. As a proud graduate of the University of Florida, Natalie also spends her fall Saturdays cheering on Gators football and hoping for another season like 2006. She has thus far been sorely disappointed.