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Natalie Marie Pine

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(260) 582-9737 6300 N. Winthrop Ave. Apt 3 Chicago, IL 60660 npine@luc.edu

Education
Loyola University Chicago, Expected Graduation May 2018 2014-2018
Bachelors of Social Work and Political Science
o Minor in History
o GPA: 3.908
o Alpha Sigma Nu, Jesuit Honor Society
Leadership
Alternative Break Immersion Leader, Loyola University 2016-Present
o Leading a group of university students to Ashland, Montana to learn more about the challenges facing peoples of
the Cheyenne and Crow tribes
o Organizing meetings, preparing literature to assist with understanding, and creating guided reflections for
personal growth and development
University Senate, Loyola University 2016-Present
o Acting as a student representative within the Universitys system of shared governance to create and pass pieces
of legislation to improve the Loyola community
Student Government of Loyola Chicago 2015-Present
o Currently serve as the Chief Justice of the Judiciary Branch, ensuring accountability within the organization by
reviewing pieces of legislation and cases of censure
o Served as an Associate Justice, Fall-Spring 2016
o Served as a Senator, Spring Semester 2015
Leadership for Social Change Learning Community, Loyola University 2014-2016
o Planned programs emphasizing leadership and social justice issues as well as serving as a resource for academics
and support
Ignatian Leadership Summit, John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio July 2015
o Represented Loyola University as one of two Loyola delegates to participate in a conference focused on
leadership with relation to social change within the Jesuit tradition
Ignatian Family-Teach-In for Justice Delegate, Washington D.C November 2014
o Represented Loyola University in Washington D.C. with a syndicate of students focused on social justice and
spoke with two separate congressmen on Capitol Hill with regards to humane and comprehensive immigration
reform
Community Engagement
Intern, Office of Senator Heather Steans Fall 2016
o Collected and compared research on a multitude of constituent issues ranging from healthcare concerns to
condominium statutes
o Compiled data for a host of different projects including interests related to Medicaid and legal aid in Chicago
Intern for ONE Northside, Chicago, IL Spring 2015
o Participated in research and community organizing focused towards advocacy for mental health
Loyola4Chicago Volunteer with Neumann Family Services Fall 2014
o Aided adults with disabilities on a weekly basis through interactive games, baking, and conversation
Work Experience
Peer Advisor, Loyola Chicago Fall 2016
o Instilled a sense of responsibility and Loyola spirit in first year students by aiding with class presentations and
offering a weekly space for support and dialogue
o Created and gave presentations focused on university resources, study skills, and conversations surrounding
identity
Laborer, Weavers Bait Farm, Avilla, Indiana Summer 2016
o Raised, measured, and sorted fish bait for buyers across the state
Childrens Department Aide, Kendallville Public Library May 2015-July 2015
o Worked as a resource in the childrens department helping to locate books, educational resources, and running an
art program