Natalie Emery is an Ohio-native, born and raised in a suburb outside Cleveland, OH. She completed her undergraduate from John Carroll University, majoring in Elementary Education. After moving to Arizona in 2005, Natalie taught in the K-12 setting for 2 years until her pursuit of her master's degree in 2007. Natalie received her degree in Psychology in December 2008 from The University of Phoenix. Since then, Natalie has been working in higher education, including teaching and facilitating introductory college, sociology and psychology courses on a part-time basis at numerous universities, both online and face to face.Natalie began working at Arizona State University as a Coordinator, Sr. for the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College in 2012. While in this role, Natalie was fortunate to receive yet another part-time teaching opportunity within the Academic Success Programs within University College.
Natalie has been teaching in the UNI Success Courses @ ASU Program since Fall 2014 working as a Faculty Associate. In Spring 2016, Natalie was promoted to a full-time faculty position within the program, where she currently resides today. She has also been fortunate enough to take on the role as an ASU Online Instructor, where she has been working with curriculum and content development for the past year for the online courses offered by the department.
On a more personal level, Natalie is very involved in intramural sports to stay active, and is an Asst. Varsity Girls Soccer Coach for a local high school. She is an avid sports fan, and also loves to travel and see the world!