Natalie MIller WIT Campus Program Director
Natalie is a healthcare nurse and IT leader, as well as our WIT Campus Volunteer Director. She spends her time balancing motherhood and her career while mentoring and empowering young women pursuing STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) degrees and careers.
Natalie is a registered nurse in emergency medicine with over 10 years of experience leading clinical informatics and technology development initiatives. She has worked to build high-performing clinical informatics teams, clinical technologies, and programs at the enterprise level for both small and large organizations. Natalie’s work also includes building positive relationships and working closely with healthcare leaders to successfully implement clinical transformation strategies and technology solutions helping to transition to value-based care models and improving overall population health.
Fueled by her desire to ensure that her three daughters are empowered with the knowledge and resources, Natalie is committed to other young women being successful in STEAM.
Her dedication to WIT is also largely inspired by her connection to the organization’s support of women in transition – a cause she personally relates to based on her past. When transitioning from clinical practice to Healthcare IT, Natalie worked hard to understand how to navigate the different career pathways in healthcare IT for a nurse. Looking back, she realizes that she would have greatly benefited from coaching, guidance, and sisterhood provided by WIT.
Natalie balances her professional and humanitarian lifestyles with fun, spontaneous, adventurous experiences with her family and friends. As a Texas A&M alumna, she boasts Aggie Pride each day!