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Natalie Sroka

Born and raised in the tiny town of New Buffalo, Michigan, Natalie went on to study Anthropology at Michigan State University, and earned her MA in Archaeology & Heritage from the University of Leicester. Prior to becoming an assistant preschool teacher at St. Paul’s, she was the Interim Children’s Ministry Coordinator, and also the Executive Director of the International Lactation Consultant Association. Natalie is married to Adam, and they have two children; Eden (son) and Lillian (daughter), who both attended and grew too quickly in the tenderness of preschool at St. Paul’s.

Five Fast Facts:

Mountains or beach – Mountains, near water.

Duke, State, or UNC –

Final meal would be – Paneer tikka masala, naan, and A Bell’s Two Hearted Ale.

Favorite hymn and non-hymn – “Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow,” and anything Moody Blues & Florence Welch.

Something that people at St. Paul’s would be surprised to learn – I adore symbolism, and had an artist create something for me to honor beautiful people in my life, past, present, and future. Genesis 1: 14-18.