Nathalie Woolworth

Master of Environmental Management , School of Forestry & Environmental Studies , 2018

Nathalie is a second-year Master of Environmental Management student at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies focusing on land conservation. She is especially interested in working in conservation finance - and building strong organizations and a strong sector to carry out conservation work. Prior to Yale, Nathalie spent four years as a management consultant for nonprofit organizations at TDC, a small Boston-based consulting firm. At TDC, she developed strategic business plans for nonprofit clients in a variety of sectors, supported philanthropic grant-making initiatives, and co-authored research reports on the health of the nonprofit sector.

Nathalie graduated Magna Cum Laude from Bates College with a degree in Cultural Anthropology. Before starting school, Nathalie took the summer to complete an unsupported thru-kayaking trip of Southeast Alaska's Inside Passage.


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Edwards Aquifer
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