Quickly Exit Site

Dr. Natalie Richardson

Dr. Natalie Richardson is Vice President of Programs for Homeless Families at Urban Resource Institute. She was previously the Founder and Executive Director of Community Warm Hands & Heart, Inc., a nonprofit that provides management services to other nonprofits. Dr. Richardson has extensive experience working in homeless services and has served as Director of Residential Programs and Community Services and a member of the executive management team at Heritage Health and Housing, Inc.; Project/Shelter Director of SCO Family of Services, Inc.; Executive Manager and Director of Susan’s Place at Care for the Homeless, Inc., and Deputy Executive Director of Veritas Therapeutic Community, Inc. Dr. Richardson published a dissertation on predictors of nonprofit executive succession planning. She holds a PhD in Human Services from Capella University, specializing in Management of Nonprofit Agencies and also holds a Post-Masters Certificate in Clinical Supervision from NYU School of Social Work, an Advanced Professional Certificate in Public Administration from NYU Robert Wagner Graduate School, a MS in Communication Arts from College of New Rochelle, and a BA in Health Communications and Public relations from College of New Rochelle. Dr. Richardson enjoys traveling, reading, and working out in her free time.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email