Natalie graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and has three boys spanning age seven to twelve who attend Trinity Valley School. Natalie recently completed the Leadership Fort Worth Class which is focused on teaching leaders how to be active in planning for the future of our community and is also involved with CASA of Tarrant County, Mayfest, and the Kupferle Health Board.
Nine years ago, in a creative business collaboration, Natalie developed Three Bishops Jewelry with her two sisters. This trio design and sell handmade jewelry that are now sold in over 40 stores nationwide. Their focus is to make each piece a unique work of art and has been worn by celebrities, including Jordana Brewster on the remake of ‘Dallas’.
On top of a beautiful family, heart for service, and a successful jewelry line, Natalie is extremely involved with the Junior League of Fort Worth. Natalie initially joined JLFW in 2006 and began taking on leadership roles her second year as an Active. Natalie has served on the board four different times and is currently serving as the President. In Junior League, each member is asked to serve in a different local placement totaling a number of 50 volunteer service hours a year. Natalie’s favorite placements include Membership Vice President and PR&D (Project Research and Development) because she learned so much about how the League truly impacts Fort Worth. This knowledge, experience, and viewpoint led this JLFW President to her theme-Impact with Empathy.