The Daughters' Project
S2 E5: Protect with Natalie Alfaro Frazier
In this week's episode, we speak to Natalie Alfaro Frazier (@nataliealfarofrazier), one of the contributors to A Place to Belong: Letters to Catholic Women. She grew up in California in a Catholic Nicaraguan-American family. While studying Global Development Studies at Seattle Pacific University Natalie had a reversion to the faith. Natalie later returned to California and received her Masters in Public Administration from Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey and is now a nonprofit management and program development consultant. Natalie is passionate about the intersection of Catholicism and community-driven social change and radical hospitality. She is a trained restorative justice mediator and circle keeper. One of her favorite things is having good conversations along the beach drinking a fresh cup of coffee. Natalie now lives in the Nashville area with her husband, three children, and two pups.
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