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Natalie Hudanick is a second year MPH candidate in Maternal and Child Health at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. With a background in anthropology and women’s health, her research interests lie in reproductive health and health communication.

Natalie earned her undergraduate degree in Cultural Anthropology from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. While completing her studies, she was a research assistant on an opioid use during pregnancy project and she also created volunteering events to connect Ball State students with the Muncie community.

Over the summer of 2020, Natalie participated in the National MCH Workforce Development Center’s Title V MCH Internship program. During this remote internship she worked to create a comprehensive communication guidance for the Wyoming Department of Health’s Maternal and Child Health Unit to help guide the MCH Unit’s online presence, future communication campaigns, and to guide future action items for Wyoming’s Title V State Action Plan.

Currently, Natalie is a Graduate Assistant in Design Thinking for Social Impact at the Taylor Center.

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