Natalie’s career spans 20 years in the investment industry and has managed direct public and private investments at some of the world’s most distinguished firms through four global financial crises.
Natalie co-founded and co-managed a global long/short equity fund at Tiger Management in New York. Prior to that, Natalie worked for KKR evaluating private equity deals in the technology industry globally. Before that, she worked for Soros Fund Management where she was responsible for public technology, media and telecom investments globally. Prior to that, Natalie worked at Bessemer Trust where she was responsible for all public investments in technology, media and telecom in global funds with AUM of $20B. Natalie also co-managed Bessemer’s first internally managed global long/short equity fund that produced over 20% of the firm’s profits. At Bessemer, Natalie was also responsible for attracting numerous high profile industry leaders as clients to the firm and advised clients on their investments. Natalie began her investment career as a sell-side analyst at Robertson Stephens in Silicon Valley California, where she led numerous Initial Public Offerings, including: The Learning Company, Edmark, and Chipsoft, among others. At Robertson, Natalie pioneered studies in determining IT supply and demand utilizing a deep network of global Fortune 500 CIOs, which was featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal
Within the family office sector, Natalie advised in the formation of two large Family Offices in conjunction with liquidity events in U.S. commercial real estate and European automotive distribution. Natalie also has extensive experience evaluating best-of-breed investment managers across all strategies.
Natalie graduated from Columbia University with an MBA in Finance and from Harvard University with an AB in Economics. Natalie has lived in Western Europe, Eastern Europe and Brazil.