Natalie Pattillo is a multimedia journalist, domestic violence/media effects researcher, and photographer.
She received her Master of Science degree in Journalism at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 2017. Her reporting on gender-based violence, gender politics, child care and healthcare access.
Her reporting has made The Nation, Al Jazeera America, Marfa Public Radio, West Texas Public Radio, Refinery29, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and an on-camera guest appearance on MSNBC's Greenhouse.
In 2014, Natalie presented her research, A Comparative Study of News Coverage of the Government Shutdown, at the Council for Opportunity in Education Pell Institute’s annual conference in Washington, D.C. She was one of only ten scholars invited to present.
Natalie earned her Bachelors of Arts from Sul Ross State University in Alpine, TX, in May, 2015. She majored in Communication and minored in Journalism. She graduated cum laude, was a McNair Scholar and received the Outstanding Communication Student of the Year.
In 2010, she studied journalism at Bond University in Gold Coast Australia.
Natalie was born in Singapore and moved to West Texas when she was nine. She lives in New York with her daughter Amora.