College of Management and Technology
Dr. Natalie Walker is a finance and accounting BS/MBA graduate of Florida A&M University and a DBA (Management, Marketing & Leadership) graduate of Keiser University. Her passion for education and achievement are exemplified in her own life strategy. She stands as a leader and role model for other students, young professionals, and community members. She is a dedicated educational professional with over seven years of experience in transforming student thinking. She has taught at both public and private institutions at the undergraduate and graduate level in all modalities and has vast experience in curriculum development.
Natalie has been employed with several Fortune 100 companies in leadership and management capacities including Procter & Gamble, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, JP Morgan Chase, IBM, and Office Depot. Her research interests are pastoral leadership, personal branding, and personal leadership theory. She has presented at several national conferences including the International Leadership Association and ACSBP. She has also served as a curriculum consultant and content expert for Sage Publications and McGraw Hill.
Natalie’s professional affiliations are the following: International Leadership Association, National Association of Black Accountants, National Association of Black MBA’s, National Association of Hispanic MBA’s, ACSBP, and the Society of Human Resource Managers.
As a result of her academic and professional achievements, she has been honored by many organizations throughout her scholastic career, such as Papa John Corporation, NAACP, Thurgood Marshall/Booz Allen, AICPA, National Urban League, Hispanic Scholarship Fund, Hispanic College Fund, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Educational Foundation, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Congressional Black Caucus, Bill Gates Foundation, Citizens Foundation of America, National Association of Black Accountants, Institute of Management Accountants, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Florida State Board of Accountancy, Government Finance Officers Association, Council of Logistics Management, National Highway Institute, Delores Auzenne Fellowship, Florida Government Finance Officers Association, and National Association of Black MBA’s.