Natalie Keller is the Manager of Government Relations at Powers with a focus on healthcare, disability, and behavioral health policy.  She serves clients through project management, grassroots advocacy, coalition coordination, and policy research and analysis.

Previously, Natalie served as a Health Policy Analyst for the Mississippi Public Health Institute. In addition, she co-wrote federal grants that secured millions in funding and led a multi-state agency team to produce quarterly substance use data reports.

Natalie served as a United States Peace Corps volunteer for two years in Ukraine focusing on education and public health programs. During that time, she received an “Award of Excellence” from the Uman Department of Education for successfully starting the region’s first inclusivity program for students with disabilities.

Natalie graduated from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver, obtaining a master’s degree in Public Policy with a certificate in Global Health. Natalie is also a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Mississippi, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Classical Civilizations and minors in French and Russian.

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M.P.P., University of Denver – Josef Korbel School of International Studies, 2022

B.A., magna cum laude, University of Mississippi, 2017