Natalie Greenhalgh

Fifth Grade Teacher

Education: B.A. English, Washington and Lee University ; M.T. Secondary English, University of Virginia ; Additional graduate-level coursework at Teachers College, Columbia University (International Education Development program) and Shenandoah University (Reading Specialist program)

Certifications/Licensures: Crosscultural, Language, and Academic Development (CLAD) Certificate, California

Years of Teaching Experience: 8

Years Teaching at Powhatan: 1


Natalie is a Powhatan graduate honored to return to campus as educator.  After completing her graduate degree at UVA’s Curry School, she worked in San Francisco, teaching English and History and conducting action research on arts integration and experiential learning.  As a Fulbright Commission Scholar, she developed and facilitated an exchange program between students in California and Germany.  She has also taught violin in after-school enrichment programs.  Natalie resides in Millwood with her husband, daughter, and two beloved canines, Huckleberry and Sassafras.


Music performance, travel, yoga, and skiing.