Natalie Le is a research assistant for Anthony Foxx, the Emma Bloomberg Professor of the Practice of Public Leadership. Her research focuses on the intersection of culture and politics and how we can utilize cultural artifacts to resolve political division. Prior to working for Professor Foxx, she gained research experience at policy organizations, focusing on health and social policies, and has conducted research for professors at the Harvard Kennedy School and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She has also written opinion editorials for several publications, such as the Boston Herald. Natalie holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science and philosophy with a concentration in politics, philosophy & law from the College of Charleston, a Master of Liberal Arts in government and a graduate certificate in international relations from the Harvard Extension School. She enjoys rowing on the Charles River, riding horses, and weightlifting.

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