Natalie Thomas first learned the fundamentals of customized VIP concierge service while working as a staffer in both Senate and House Congressional offices. She went on to manage Political Action Committees for News Corporation, the National Marine Manufacturers Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association. Natalie coordinated all events for Fox Entertainment Group’s DC activities, including movie premiere events for Congressional members and CEOs, as well as the American Idol party for congressional staff. At each step in her career, she perfected her rare ability to look at events through the eyes of the attendees themselves and give each attendee star treatment.
In 2011, Natalie started NTDC, a small boutique fundraising shop in Washington, DC, managing large corporate donors for the 2012 presidential campaign, coordinating high end client events at both national political conventions and managing three political action committees. A hallmark of NTDC is Natalie’s ability to connect with each attendee and help the attendees connect with each other. Natalie graduated from Boise State University in Idaho and currently resides in Washington, D.C.
Natalie and her partner, Courtney McNeese, joined professional forces to create the Inc. Magazine Military Entrepreneur Program for veterans and their spouses. The overwhelming success of the Program event itself and, more importantly, the overwhelming, ongoing entrepreneurial success of the military veterans who participated, convinced Courtney and Natalie that their professional partnership demonstrates a unique combination of creativity and attention to customer service.