Natalie is running for State Representative of the 40th district to bring a fresh voice to Harrisburg. She has energy, resolve and experience in leading. Public stewardship isn’t novel for Natalie—her whole life has been dedicated to service: from her career in the Navy to her time in the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office.
As your Representative, she will be a leader in the fight to end the opioid epidemic, she will work to protect our communities from out of control taxes and she is dedicated to ensuring a bright future for all of our children.
As a veteran, she will be the voice for the thousands of brave men and women who have served our great nation making certain that their sacrifice is not forgotten.
As a working mom she will fight to shield families from higher taxes and more government regulation. She will work to put more money in the pockets of hard-working residents and ensure overregulation isn’t chasing away our jobs-giving the next generation a reason to stay.
Born and raised in Allegheny County, Natalie learned the value of hard work and public service early in life. Natalie boarded a flight to boot camp for the United States Navy one week after graduating high school, qualifying to serve in the Navy’s elite Nuclear Power Program, where less than 1% of all female sailors are admitted.
Returning home from active duty, Natalie earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh and went on to earn her law degree. Her legal career began with the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office, where she worked closely with victims and police to prosecute criminal cases and to put violent offenders behind bars. Eventually, she started her own successful small business right here in Upper St. Clair and now works for a large financial institution. It’s this unique combination of experience that makes her the best qualified to be the voice of our community. She is the hardened professional we need.
It is a continued desire to serve this community that has lead Natalie to seek public office with the support of her husband Jeremy and their three exuberant children Petra, Naila, and Dresden.