Natalie Sutton joined Society for Science in 2020 as an Outreach and Equity Programs Specialist. She works primarily with STEM Research Grants, STEM Action Grants, and supports the Middle School and High School Research Teachers Conferences. Natalie has a B.S. from the College of William and Mary in Biology. Before joining the Society, Natalie worked in volunteer management and public education at the National Zoo and as an interpretive naturalist with Fairfax County Park Authority. She has a passion for conservation and believes all students, regardless of circumstance, deserve their very own “lightbulb” moment.
Contact Natalie with questions regarding the STEM Research Grants, STEM Action Grants, Middle School Research Teachers Conference, or High School Research Teachers Conference.