Natalie Blunt

Research Coordinator

Natalie Blunt is the Research Coordinator for the Resilience in Schools and Educators (RISE) program at the Institute of Behavioral Science at the University of Colorado Boulder. During her student internship, Natalie became a Master Coder for RISE who is now responsible for evaluating the efficacy of the educator development workshops through the process of behavioral coding. She is also responsible for project management, resource development, and data analysis. Her attention to detail, time management skills, and amiable aptitude is essential to the success of the team. Natalie is thrilled in her new role with the RISE team as she is passionate about developing healthy mind, body, and spirit connections.

Natalie received her Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Colorado Boulder. As an undergraduate, she participated in Semester at Sea, visiting twelve foreign ports on four continents while studying world history, politics, economics, and culture. Natalie is a certified Yoga Sculpt instructor and enjoys hiking, skiing, and hammocking by Boulder Creek.