Natalie B. Lee is a speech-language pathologist who received her Bachelor of Science degree from Texas Christian University in Ft. Worth, TX, where she majored in Communication Disorders and minored in audiology and psychology. She then immediately pursued and was awarded a Master of Science degree at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, Texas, where her emphasis continued her mastery of Communication Disorders. Upon graduation, her clinical fellowship was completed in the public school settings while she continued her education and interest in the area of swallowing disorders. Her career then lead her to Kerrville, TX, where she lead a rehabilitation team in creating an outpatient clinic for the local hospital which targeted pediatrics and adults. This role allowed her to identify and remediate swallowing disorders in addition to develop her skills in the areas of speech and language therapy in all ages.
Upon meeting her husband, she moved to Hawaii and held a variety of school based and home health positions. She returned to Texas where she held positions in regional management and clinical support. She has presented various topics at American Speech Language Hearing Association Conference in addition to Texas Speech Language Hearing Association Conference. While working with pediatrics, she maintained work with the adult populations at all times to foster her interest in swallow disorders and explore their overall impact across the age spectrum.
Over the past decade, Mrs. Lee’s work has shifted from the public schools to long term care. Here she has been afforded the flexibility to consult with various companies while continuing to grow in her areas of interest. She currently lives and works in North Carolina. She enjoys spending time with her husband, raising her two children, travel and supporting local charitable organizations.