Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Project Manager
Natalie Joseph-Pauline is the Education Project Manager at the Tourette Association of America. Within this role, Natalie manages multiple projects including the small grants program for the TAA Centers of Excellence and Chapters and Support Groups, as well as education and community workshops across the nation. In addition, she also manages the TAA Youth Ambassador Program, which trains and supports teens to advocate for and talk about Tourette and Tic Disorders in their community.
Natalie has a true passion for helping others. To this end, she is continually expanding on the various functional areas of her role to further develop the breadth of services that support the CDC team and TS education initiatives.
Natalie is both a graduate from Stony Brook University with a Bachelor of Science and of Columbia University with a Master of Public Health.