Natalie Joy Gale

Digital Asset Assistant

Originally from Southern Maine, Natalie Gale (she/her or they/them) is a student, artist, and advocate focused on trauma-informed education and service to marginalized groups within her communities.

At Harvard, Natalie has held positions at the Office of BGLTQ Student Life, Harvard Art Museums, the Title IX Office, and beyond. They have counseled for three years with Harvard’s largest mental health crisis service and directed the service in 2019. In Maine, Natalie served as the 2019 Liman Public Interest Law Fellow at Pine Tree Legal Assistance and worked for many years prior at the Portland Public Schools Multilingual and Multicultural Center.

A joint concentrator at Harvard College in History and Literature and Art, Film, and Visual Studies, Natalie is passionate about investigating power dynamics within marginalized groups through visual culture and building visual archives that center historically erased communities.

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