Natalie Rodriguez is an award-winning writer, director, producer, mental health and anti-violence/trauma advocate based in Los Angeles, CA. In 2014, she graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in TV-Film from CSU Fullerton. Since graduation, Natalie has worked with multiple companies, including the Conan O'Brien Show, Opposing Views, CBS, Mandalay Pictures, NowThis News, and others. Many of her writing projects and films have been featured, as well as screened throughout the U.S. and Internationally such as Funny or Die, HollyShorts Film Festival, NALIP: Latino Lens, Stage 32, Beverly Hills Film Festival, Culver City Film Festival, Google, YouTube, Hispanicize, The Mighty and more. Currently, Natalie awaits this year's release of her directorial feature film, "The Extraordinary Ordinary," which she also wrote, produced, and was the executive producer on. The film deals with young adults, mental health awareness, and the aftermath of trauma. Natalie is always open to collaborating with other artists and advocates. For previous and upcoming projects, please be sure to give her a follow @natchristinerod.
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