Nathalie Yoder is from what she calls “The Real Florida”. Altha is the small town she calls home in the panhandle of the sunshine state. Nathalie has grown up on her family’s third-generation farm and ranch and thoroughly enjoys being a part of the daily operations that form her family’s livelihood.
Nathalie went to her first State Class with two of her sisters, Anslie and Whitnie, in 2017, and, although she couldn’t imagine a Four Day “government camp” to be fun, she had a blast and knew by the third day that she wanted to continue being a part of TeenPact. Nathalie’s family has described her as a natural-born leader and that label proved true when she wanted to apply to staff before the class was even over! Nathalie attributes much of her spiritual growth, leadership capabilities, and plans for the future to her time as a student and staffer with TeenPact.
Outside of TeenPact, Nathalie really enjoys being with her family. She loves that there’s always something going on with her three younger sisters! On the weekends, you can usually find her watching a cow show, a football game, or making something in the kitchen. Nine times out of ten, she will also have coffee in hand!
Nathalie is very excited to continue her time in TeenPact this year as part of the 2020 Traveling Intern Team. She loves the strong community of believers, the new friendships, and the deep emphasis on what a genuine walk with the Lord looks like. She can’t wait to share her story and experiences with so many all across the nation.