Natalie Little has worked for the USDA Forest Service for 25 years. In 2014, she developed a new position as the Regional Sustainability and Climate Coordinator in Ogden, Utah. From 2010-2014, she worked as the Regional Engineering Budget and Programs Coordinator managing engineering budgets, developing and interpreting policy, and overseeing engineering programs. From 1992 – 2010, she worked in engineering on the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest planning, designing, constructing, and overseeing construction projects. She is licensed in civil engineering in Nevada and Utah. Prior to her civil engineering experience, she worked in manufacturing engineering. She has a B.S. in Industrial Engineering (Arizona State University) and a M.S. in Land Use Planning (University of Nevada, Reno).
She has been actively involved as a professional SWE member since 2000. She was the Charter President in 2000-01 and Section Representation in 2001-02 of the Sierra Nevada Section (Reno-Tahoe). Also, she has served as a Professional Counselor to the Weber State University and University of Nevada, Reno SWE student sections. She has been the Northern Utah Mathcounts Chapter Coordinator since 2012.
Natalie loves traveling and the outdoors and enjoys hiking and skiing whenever she can!