Natalie Rousseau | Volunteer
My name is Natalie Rousseau. I was born and raised in a rural Utah community; horses and cows made up 75% of the population. After a couple of years of college, I was selected to spend 18 months in the United Kingdom doing humanitarian work. When she returned to the states, she played saxophone for the 23rd Army Band for three years. After playing the saxophone, Natalie went to work for the Army's Air and Missile Defense community and deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. Her time in the military helped her recognize that the world needed help to become better. She has spent the last four years coordinating service opportunities in El Paso, Texas, a community for over 600 Soldiers. I am excited for the journey ahead with Klemensen Charities and the work I can do with this organization to continue making the world a better and more welcoming place.
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About Klemensen Charities
We are an approved 501 (c) 3 public charity - 100% of your donations or monthly sponsorship will go toward our long term projects around the world (scholarships, community building, micro loans for women-owned business, etc...) Please visit Klemensen.org to see our work!