Natalie Green Giles is an independent consultant and writer with specific interests in organizational development and performance improvement efforts in not-for-profit and public sector organizations.
She has been a public school parent leader and advocate for the past 15 years, having served as President of the Community District 15 Presidents’ Council, as a member of the District 15 Leadership Team, as a member of the Chancellor’s Parent Advisory Council, and most recently as the President of the Bard High School Early College Manhattan PTA (through June 2018). From 2016-2018, Ms. Giles served as a founding board member of the New York City School Support Services Corporation, the not-for-profit organization created by the City to oversee and coordinate the custodial support workforce employed in the 1,800 public school buildings in New York City.
Prior to her independent consulting work, Giles worked with Arthur Andersen LLP, as Senior Manager in the Ethics & Responsible Business Practices consulting competency area, as a Senior Consultant in the New York City Mayor’s Office of Operations internal management consulting unit (Giuliani administration), and as a Research Associate with the College Board. Her writing includes reports, articles, opinion pieces, as well as one nonfiction book, Songa’s Story: How a Shtetl Jew Found the American Dream (July 2003).
Giles is a graduate of Stuyvesant High School, and received a BA from Williams College, and an MBA from Yale University’s School of Management.