Workforce Program Director
Natalie (Brown) Morrison received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 2004. She went on to receive her Master of Public Health degree from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 2006. As a Health & Safety Services Intern at the Monroe County Chapter of the American Red Cross she implemented an educational outreach tool and provided demonstrations to elementary school children within the Monroe County Community School Corporation.
Natalie came to IPHCA in 2007 as Grassroots Coordinator, working toward the successful passing of the Healthy Indiana Plan as well as increased funding for Indiana Community Health Centers. She then provided data analysis for members submitting grant applications through President Bush’s High Poverty County Initiative in her role as Data & Knowledge Management Specialist before moving to her current position.
Role at IPHCA
Manages the 3RNet database for Indiana
Manages the Indiana J-1 Visa Waiver Program
Manages Workforce related activities for Health Centers in Indiana