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Natalie Sarracino
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Natalie Sarracino

Events & Travel Administrative Coordinator

Natalie Sarracino is a task-oriented individual with a commitment to success. She has a passion for event logistics and management and works to ensure a safe, fun and memorable event for all. Natalie's professional career extends all throughout the South Florida community having worked with Zoo Miami & Boucher Brothers, later transitioning into the freelance space partnering with varying brands to create experiential activations on a local and national scale. Along with her work in the marketing field she's also collaborated with non profit organizations to bring fundraisers, toy drives and galas to life. She flourishes in a team environment where collaboration/idea sharing are present and is always excited for where her next adventure will take her!

 

Why she works for Hispanic Access…

"I work for Hispanic Access because I want to use my place in the workforce to contribute to something greater than myself. The work at Hispanic Access is one that I deeply identify with as a Latino woman living in the US and I am proud to work for an organization whose values I align with."

 

In her spare time…

“In my spare time I enjoy watching a good Netflix show & taking a trip somewhere new even if it's a fun staycation!”

Her favorite book…

“My favorite book is '8 Rules of Love' by Jay Shetty”

A person she finds inspirational…

“Someone I find inspirational is the author of my favorite book himself, Jay Shetty. He is a motivational coach who lives his life with the purpose of healing others and inspiring healthy habits through his work. As a former monk, he brings those teachings into modern day society and I can't help but learn something new every time I listen to one of his podcasts or read one of his books.”

About Us

Hispanic Access Foundation connects Latinos and others with partners and opportunities to improve lives and create an equitable society.

Phone: (202) 640-4342

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