In addition to her full-time job at ESSEC Business School, Natalie also takes on consulting work. Below are a few of her current and former projects and clients.

Geneva School of the Digital Arts is a new higher education institution for creative media that trains and certifies future professionals for careers in digital media, metaverse, Web 3.0, hybrid events, and more. Natalie is currently responsible for the development of their academic offerings.

Crimson Education is the world’s most successful US/UK university admissions support consultancy. Their services are based on the belief that every student deserves individualized support in every aspect of their application(s) — from university selection strategy, test prep and personal statement/essay support, to extracurricular mentoring and interview practice. Natalie has been working as a US application mentor and essay consultant with Crimson Education since 2018.

ViaX Education is an Educational Technology company that aims to provide world-class international, research-based educational opportunities to students of all backgrounds in China. Natalie is the instructor of one of their ViaX’s most popular workshops on Digital Humanities as well as a member of their consulting board. She has lead their first English-language webinar on “Designing a Popular Online Course” as well as participated in their viral video. Through ViaX, Natalie also conducts one-on-one research projects with individual students.

Transparent Language develops innovative technology and methods to enable faster and more reliable language learning outcomes for professionals in organizations with critical language requirements, for students and teachers in academic environments, and for anyone else intent on becoming more proficient in another language. Natalie was a curriculum designer for their French program in 2017 and again in 2021.

The Literary Encyclopedia is a dynamic repository of authoritative reference work about literary and cultural history with articles solicited by invitation from specialist scholars in higher education institutions all over the world, refereed and approved by subject editors. Its online format allows for rapid publication and frequent updating of articles; its integrated digital resources respond dynamically to teaching and learning demands. Natalie has contributed a number of articles to The Literary Encyclopedia about the Oulipo and its members.