Natalie Gill is Program Associate for Research and Policy at IHC Global. Natalie is delighted to find her interest and studies in international development and urban issues aligning so closely with IHC Global’s mission. Natalie received her B.A. (2013) and her M.A. (2018) in History from the University of Maryland, focusing on the history of France and the French Empire. While a graduate student, Natalie worked as program assistant for the Nathan and Jeanette Miller Center for Historical Studies where she facilitated academic lectures, panels, and events. She honed her teaching skills as a teaching assistant in undergraduate American and Jewish history courses. Natalie enjoys students of all ages – she also spent two years teaching in an elementary school. As an IHC Global staff member, Natalie hopes to use her skills and passion to help shape the global discourse.