Natalie joined WSLS 10 as Host of Daytime Blue Ridge in January of 2010.
Natalie is no stranger to the TV business. She spent 10 years working as a news anchor and reporter in several cities before coming to Roanoke where she and her husband, Paul, now call home.
Natalie got her start in television in Clarksburg, West Virginia where she was the morning anchor and noon producer for WDTV. Natalie then spent three years in Johnson City, Tennessee at the WSLS 10 sister station, WJHL, as the weekend anchor/ weekday reporter.
In 2001, Natalie moved to Lincoln, Nebraska where she spent 4 years as the main anchor for the ABC station, KLKN. She anchored through breaking stories including the September 11th terror attacks and the start of the Iraq war.
While she covered several national and local breaking news stories, her most memorable stories were the heart-warming features she did when partnering with the American Red Cross to showcase local, everyday heroes for the annual Tribute to Heroes Awards. While in Lincoln, she met her husband, Paul, and in 2005 they moved to Roanoke so Natalie could anchor the local FOX 10 pm news.
Natalie recently took a break from TV news to pursue a job in the Public Relations field. She worked as the Director of Public Relations for Ferrum College before the TV business once again called her back. You can now see her every day at noon as the Host of Daytime Blue Ridge.
Natalie is originally from Langhorne, Pennsylvania (northeast of Philadelphia) and attended East Stroudsburg University where she majored in Speech Communications and Spanish.
Natalie and her husband, a high school teacher for Cave Spring, are the proud parents of two girls.