Natalie is an organizational psychologist, international facilitator (4 countries and counting), coach, consultant, and keynote speaker, driven by the idea that we truly can change the world through business if we’re willing to #dotheworkatwork.
Natalie spent the formative years of her career in Management Consulting and Organizational Development for global organizations including Accenture, Live Nation, and Buck Consultants, while simultaneously completing her doctorate in Industrial Organizational Psychology (the psychology of people in the workplace).
In 2017, a massive health opportunity spurred a total lifestyle transformation and inspired her to weave mindfulness and meditation tools in with her formal background.
This healing journey positioned her to go on to become a leading coach and consultant for socially-conscious, purpose-driven organizations – many in the wellness space – with the goal of helping them, so that they can go on to mindfully lead others and make a greater impact.
In her practical, vulnerable, and often humor-driven style, she has educated thousands of people, helping them bring mindfulness, inclusion, and elevated leadership skills to work.
Dani’s mission is to help individuals thrive under stress, and organizations find solutions that maximize organizational and individual engagement and wellbeing. Dani practiced employment and commercial law for several years at a small boutique firm before joining Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith. During her tenure at LBBS, Dani practiced complex defense and employment litigation while also assuming administrative management duties over the Atlanta office.
Dani is a registered mediator, an active member of the Attorney Wellness Committee of the State Bar of Georgia and a certified yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance.
Dani supports The NU Co. in bringing wellness to work through virtual and in-person workshops, meditations, yoga, desk yoga, and consulting projects.
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