Natalie Hartman

Associate Director, FLAS Coordinator

Natalie Hartman was originally hired as the Duke Program Coordinator for the Duke-UNC Program in Latin American Studies (now called UNC-Duke Consortium in Latin American and Caribbean Studies) around the time of its creation in 1990.  She was later named Associate Director of CLACS when it was created.  Natalie has an MA in Latin American Studies from Tulane University, and a BA in Spanish language and literature from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  She studied abroad in Spain as an undergraduate and in Mexico as a graduate student.  She had 6 years work experience at the Tinker Foundation in New York City prior to her arrival at Duke.

 


					
					
				

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