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Natalie Nichelson

After nearly 30 years Mrs. Nichelson decided to leave Corporate America and is now lending her creativity, leadership experience and organizational knowledge to her clients, providing them a “Bridge to Success”.

Born and raised on Long Island, New York, Natalie attended Florida A&M University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. She started her career in public accounting and has worked for several Fortune 500 companies responsible for leading global operations and where she became known for her abilities to develop and implement strategies focused on improving operational income and driving bottom line results. She is a Senior Executive with over 20 years of leadership and management experience across various organizational operations.

Natalie’s father, who was an artist, exposed Natalie to fine arts at an early age and growing up in New York provided her several opportunities to experience the arts with all the museums, Broadway shows and musical performances. Focused on promoting the works of local artists, her father would host art shows. By the time Natalie was a teenager she was helping her father with all aspects his events, including planning, logistics coordination, budgeting, and even serving as one of the hostesses on the day of.

Natalie learned at an early age, and it served her well in Corporate America, that no task is too small when it comes to executing a project with excellence and every detail counts when it’s your name on the line. As Principal, Natalie works with clients throughout all phases of their projects, helping them achieve their desired goals. She can assist with your project fundamentals such as strategy and vision, budgeting, timelines and deliverables and creating comprehensive project plans. She can also provide project oversight or serve as a project resource to help meet critical project deadlines as well as summarize and report project outcomes.

Natalie lives in the Dallas/Fort Worth area with her husband, two children and oversized but lovable dog, Junior.  She is a member of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. and has held several positions on the Executive Board of her local chapter, North Texas.  Natalie also volunteers as Operations Director for the Denton Black Film Festival, whose proceeds support the Denton African American Scholarship Foundation. She enjoys jigsaw puzzles, murder mysteries and long walks.