Class of 2014
Born in the Philippines and raised in the mountains of Western North Carolina, Natalie Brouwer came to Lee University as a freshman in the fall of 2010.
Natalie was immediately involved with Kairos Scholars, the honors program at Lee. After declaring her theatre major, she joined Alpha Psi Omega, the theatre honor society, which she served as chaplain her junior year and vice president her senior year.
She has appeared in numerous Lee Theatre productions, with lead roles in “Wit” and “Sabrina Fair,” and has also served as the stage manager for “Big River” and was a co-author of the devised play, “Lessons.”
Natalie enjoys traveling, and she spent a semester abroad in Cambridge with other Lee students and faculty during her junior year. “I have always had the travel bug,” Natalie said. She also enjoys tennis, music, and working with students.
After her graduation from Lee in the spring, Natalie plans to attend graduate school to earn her MFA in acting.