Natalie Dillinger is a University Innovation Fellow at James Madison University in Harrisonburg Virginia. She is studying engineering with a
doublehttp://universityinnovation.org/extensions/WYSIWYG/ckeditor/skins/kama/images/noimage.png?t=B49E5BQ minor in both mathematics and business. Natalie is from the northern Virginia area, in Fairfax County and attended Fairfax high school until her senior graduation in 2013. Natalie has always been interested in math and science and found a passion for innovation and entrepreneurship at a young age. In high school, she was part of the Girls in Technology Mentor/Protege program and later once she entered college joing the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Natalie also currently a part of the NASA social program and attended events at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt Maryland.
Natalie has held an internship for the past two years at Vencore Inc, a government contractor headquarter in the northern Virginia area. She has been working with Geospatial Intelligence as well as resarching new technologies and attending SAFe Agile management style conferences. She hopes to continue work in this field upon her college graduation in May, 2018. When Natalie is not studying engineering or discovering up and coming technologies, she is leading group fitness and yoga classes at her University gym/recreation center. She has always had a passion for health and fitness and hopes to inspire her friends and classmates through interactive classes and positivity.