Natalie Robertson is running for the North Carolina House of Representatives in District 97. She is a resident of Lincoln County and lives in Denver, NC. As a wife, mother of three and an IT professional, she believes we can do better for our children and communities by focusing on public education in North Carolina.

Additionally, she will promote well-paying jobs while balancing the growth in Lincoln County; Natalie believes in smart growth that balances educational, environmental and economic needs. Hearing the call to serve, Natalie knew it was to dedicate herself to a higher cause and become a public servant.

"As a child I always dreamed of growing up to become a superhero. Obviously, that didn't work out, but I can do the next best thing... Serve my community!"

Family Life & A Love for Education

Raised in the Carolinas, Natalie attended public schools in Summerville, SC and graduated from Clemson University with a degree in history. She went on to complete a master’s degree from England’s Oxford Brookes University. She has built a career in Information Technology working for US Airways, The Disney Corporation, United Airlines and most recently Travel Leaders Group.

Natalie’s father, Andrew Hoxie, and husband, Iain Robertson, both served in the military. Iain is a veteran Captain of the British Army, attended Sandhurst Military Academy and completed two tours of duty in Afghanistan. He is currently a Vice President with Wells Fargo in Charlotte. Natalie’s father is a retired Navy Lieutenant Commander with twenty years of service. He served tours in Lebanon, was stationed on Guam, ran a Vietnam refugee camp, and was a Navigator of the Battleship New Jersey. He is retired now and lives in Denver with his wife of 42 years. Natalie and her husband, Iain, have been married for 9 years. They moved to Denver, NC in 2014 to be close to Natalie’s parents and raise their family in the area that she loved so much growing up.

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Natalie and Iain are raising three young children who will be entering the Lincoln County School System; Penelope (5), Alice (3), and William (8 mos).

Career Success

Natalie has many professional career successes and now plans to bring those experiences to serve the community in which she and her family live.

"Just as we must expand economic opportunity today, we need to invest in the next generation."

She is extremely dedicated to the education of our community's children, and the thoughtful growth of Lincoln County. This is Natalie’s first political engagement and she is excited to listen and learn from the voters in Lincoln County.