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Natalie Boverman is a Master in Urban Planning and Master in Architecture candidate at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design and a consultant for the City of Kingston in New York.

Natalie has worked in city planning, architecture, interior design, and non-profit design in New York, Massachusetts, Washington, and Texas. Most recently, Natalie worked as a research assistant with the Joint Center for Housing Studies on their inaugural “State of Housing Design 2023.” Prior to returning to academia, Natalie co-authored an independent research project on housing affordability and land tenure in Cambodia and completed several office and higher education projects with ZGF Architects. She has contributed to community design-build projects in both Montana and Battambang, Cambodia, and has studied urban architecture in Paris, France. Natalie is interested in taking her unique set of skills and passions to study today's problems at multiple scales and learn how to best elevate others through the natural and built environments. 

Natalie grew up in Portland, Oregon and completed an Interior Design degree at the University of Texas at Austin in the School of Architecture. 


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current interests and intersections:

incremental development, timber, building preservation/reuse, rural and small towns, wild-fire protection, housing affordability, writing.

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