In 2015, Natalie Rohlfs was named Executive Director of the organization that supports the education of Troy students. Natalie is a Troy High School graduate and a graduate of Ohio University’s Scripps School of Journalism where she received a degree in journalism and public relations. Her most recent role was with Urbana University as their Director of University Advancement. She was previously the Director of Annual Giving at Wright State University. She also serves as an active volunteer in our community. Natalie and her husband, Bradley, are raising their two daughters in Troy.
With a strong family history with TFBT, Natalie shared her passion for the organization, “I’ve been privileged to see the many opportunities that the program has offered our Troy students. It’s my hope that TFBT can become something that many more families experience, whether through providing resources or receiving them. ” Her husband is a special education teacher at the Van Cleve 6th Grade Building and was a Lunch Buddy for TFBT. Her mother, Kay Allen of RT Industries, also served as a Leadership Troy Intern with TFBT. Her brother, Zachary Allen of the Allen Financial Group, served as a Lunch Buddy in Hook Elementary School. Natalie’s niece, Raiann Rohlfs, received a Last Grant Award from TFBT as did a number of her cousins.
For ways that you can pathways of academic success to Troy students, please contact Natalie. . http://thefuturebeginstoday.org/contact-us/