Natalie Volk is a 2024 Women Leaders in Energy and Climate Fellow. She is a communications manager with the Clean Air Task Force, overseeing strategic communications efforts across the organization’s global programs.  

Previously, Volk was the associate director of communications and media relations at the Center on Global Energy Policy, a part of Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. Volk also served as a communications and business development associate at the Energy Futures Initiative, a climate and clean energy think tank founded by former US Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz. Prior to her work in climate and energy communications, Volk worked as a funding assistant at CKUT 90.3 FM, a community radio station in Montréal, Canada. 

Volk holds a BA in political science from McGill University with a double minor in English literature and German. She is fluent in South Slavic languages—Bosnian, Serbian, and Croatian—and possesses intermediate knowledge of German and Spanish.