Food enthusiast, creator, photographer, educator. Always learning.
Feed That Nation was begun in February 2016, under the name “Cute College Cook”. While still a college student, Natalie felt that she needed a new name to reflect her interests, and the website was rebranded “Feed That Nation” in the fall of 2018. The name of the website was, of course, inspired by Natalie’s last name, as well as her love of food, cooking, and nutrition. Feed That Nation is also the name of Natalie’s podcast, which can be found on multiple listening platforms.
During the Summer of 2019, Natalie began her photography side hustle, Natalie Nation Photography, which lives on the Feed That Nation website.
“Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”
— Michael pollan
Currently, Feed That Nation is the host of Natalie’s creative energies: her evergrowing collection of original recipes, her podcast, her photography, and a collection of personal blog posts chronicling Natalie’s academic and extracurricular activities, her favorite summer jobs, and other adventures.
Currently, Natalie is a graduate student in the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota. She will be earning her Masters of Public Health in Public Health Nutrition while completing her dietetic internship.
When she’s not podcasting, blogging, cooking, taking pictures, or doing her homework, Natalie enjoys working with the Madison Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps, where she has been their Nutrition Specialist for the last three years.