Natalie is a multi-platform news, sports, food & lifestyle journalist
Her work includes being live on air, producing content, videography editing videos, podcasts, scripts and articles.
She's covered stories and events about the NBA, NBA D-League, MLB, NHL, NLL, OCAA and CCAA. Outside of sports, Natalie covers news throughout the GTA and Golden Horseshoe, top restaurants and food trends, and lifestyle and wellness.
Natalie has been out in the field and on the sidelines for over five years. She is an adrenaline junkie and thrives when she's in the middle of the action at different news, sports and lifestyle events. She's covered Toronto Raptors Playoffs, the North American Indigenous Games and the Pan Am Games throughout its countdown events and during the Games as a reporter and field producer.
For as long as she's been on camera Natalie has also been a writer for sports and news. She's a news writer and reporter for CHCH News and has also written food and lifestyle articles throughout Mississauga and Brampton. Natalie has been trusted to tackle many jobs in the same event. Most of her gigs have entailed a combination of sideline reporting and writing recap stories in the same night. Other times, her job was to go out in the field as a videojournalist and be the interviewer, reporter, camera operator and editor. She's also been a feature writer for SOAR Magazine, Salute Magazine, skedline.com and humberhawks.com.
Natalie has hosted Finally!, a sports podcasts that aims to even the playing field by talking equally about men's and women's sports and to challenge the inequality within sports. She's also been an in-studio and in-game host for nearly five years for Rogers TV and for Humber College Broadcasts. Natalie has co-hosted the Mississauga Ontario Summer Games and "Everything But Hockey", and tackled hosting duties for Humber Hawks basketball, volleyball, soccer and cross-country broadcasts. Natalie is equally as bubbly hosting live events. Her emceeing portfolio includes Homestand Sports "Pitch Talks", FIVB Volleyball World Championship Qualifiers, Gutsy Walk for Crohn's and Colitis and the Burlington Herd Intercounty Baseball team.