Natalie Tietjen advocates for clients in the healthcare field and assists with legislative and regulatory policy related to a wide range of health care issues. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Tietjen worked in the non-profit sector in the mental health field. In this role, she worked primarily on the appropriations process, empowering advocates to make their voices heard on Capitol Hill, and on coalition building and leadership. Additional areas of policy she is experienced in are suicide prevention and mental health (including COVID-19 response), healthcare systems and training for healthcare providers, crisis services, education, and research.
Ms. Tietjen also served as an intern in the Office of Congresswoman Watson Coleman (D-NJ) where she focused on constituent services work. Ms. Tietjen graduated magna cum laude with a BA in Public Health and Communication Studies from The College of New Jersey (TCNJ). She is an active member of Women in Government Relations (WGR) and is a former WGR Judy Schneider Fellowship recipient.
- BA, Communication Studies and Public Health, The College of New Jersey, 2018, magna cum laude
- *Not admitted to the practice of law
- Women in Government Relations