Destined to be an Armenian housewife perfecting her hummus recipe, Natalie instead choose a life of marine field biology and sriracha. Born and raised in southern California, her veins rush with salty seawater and sunshine no matter where she goes. When she's not saving jellyfish from extinction, Natalie is dancing in the shower, knitting on a plane or swinging in her hammock.
University of California, San Diego, Bachelors of Science
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, M.S.c
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