Co-Founder and Executive Director, HomeWorks Trenton
Natalie is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of HomeWorks Trenton, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that operates a community-based after-school boarding program that provides academic and social-emotional enrichment activities, dorm living and nutritious meals to supplement public schools, empowering women and building community leaders. Since 2016, she has developed a comprehensive business, funding and operational strategy, ran 2 successful pilot HomeWorks residential programs and managed a team of 11. She has raised over $350,000 in cash and committed in-kind donations. Natalie has taught English, Math and Chinese in Trenton and Hong Kong, and coached middle and high school students at the Princeton Junior Squash Program. Natalie was also the Residential Coordinator at The Lawrenceville Summer Scholars, where she spent the year developing the staff and organizational structure of the program and oversaw 160 students. She graduated from Princeton University in 2018 with a concentration in English and certificate in Teacher Prep, and was a member of the Varsity Women’s squash team. She is the recipient of the McKinsey & Company Undergraduate Women’s Impact Award, Princeton ReachOut Domestic Fellowship, Princeton Art Lane ’34 Award, and Princeton A. James Jr Fisher Award. Natalie was born and raised in Hong Kong, and currently lives in New Jersey.