Natalie Murdock has over a decade of experience in communications, local government affairs, grants management, project management, and economic development in various roles in local, regional and state levels of government.
Natalie began her career working with Chris Kromm at the Institute for Southern Studies in Durham, NC. She furthered her career at the City of Asheville Economic Development Office and Advantage West Economic Development Group where she developed a passion for Agribusiness. To further her knowledge of regional economic development projects and transportation, she joined the Land-of-Sky Regional Council working on urban and rural transportation projects. As a transportation planner, she developed a passion for government affairs and public engagement. She worked to ensure that members of the public, particularly marginalized communities, were informed and included as transportation projects developed.
Natalie went on to work for the Town of Chapel Hill as a Grants Coordinator and GoTriangle as a Public Involvement Manager and Communications and Marketing Director. While at GoTriangle, Natalie worked on the Durham-Orange Light Rail Project (D-O LRT) and Wake County Transit Plan.
Most recently Natalie served as the Deputy Director of Communications and Community Outreach and Partnerships Manager for Attorney General Josh Stein, Traveling Press Secretary for the Deborah Ross for Senate Campaign and Director of Marketing and Communications for GoTriangle regional transit agency. Natalie holds local and state level positions within the Democratic Party and African-American Caucus of the North Carolina Democratic Party.
Natalie is from Greensboro, NC and has a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science and Communication Studies from UNC-Chapel Hill. She completed graduate work at Western Carolina University in Public Administration and in Leadership and Organizational Change at Pfeiffer University.
In 2017, Natalie launched Murdock Anderson Consulting LLC where she serves as the Principal and Chief Strategist.