Even at an early age, Natalie aspired to be in front of the camera. As a youngster growing up in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia, she always enjoyed performing in front of her family and friends. She debated between going into a career in the theatre or making a career in broadcasting. We’re glad that Natalie chose broadcasting.
After graduating from East Shroudsburg University in Pennsylvania, Natalie embarked on an adventure which would prepare her for position of Channel 8 Eyewitness News co-anchor. Her first job was with a cable station where she was a director and producer and a tape editor. From there she worked in Clarksburg, West Virginia as a morning and noon news anchor and producer before landing the weekend anchor position at WJHL-TV in Johnson City, Tennessee.
Natalie joined Channel 8 in February of 2001. It didn’t take Natalie long to get involved in the community. She is a board member of the Red Cross and is involved with the local chapters of the American Heart Association and the March of Dimes. Natalie says that she loves Lincoln. “It’s a great community and has great people with lots going on”. In her spare time you might find her on the golf course, biking or just hanging around with her cat. Natalie loves animals and if she could, she’d have a whole house full them.