California State University Channel IslandsSanté Health Systems and Advantek Benefit Administrators Scholar
Devoted to her goal of becoming a pediatric nurse, Natalie Titcomb works two jobs to pay for college. As a driven student in California State University Channel Islands’ nursing program, Natalie immerses herself in campus leadership roles and community service.
She is an officer of Gamma Beta Phi and earned the honor society’s Gold Service Award for completing over 130 hours of service this year. As a member of the Mortar Board National Honor Society, Red Cross Club, Student Nurses Association and Be the Match, Natalie has taught CPR, worked blood drives, registered donors for the national bone marrow registry, coordinated cancer education booths at Relay for Life and staffed community healthcare clinics.
As the founder of Tutoring at the Annex, Natalie matches underserved K-12 students with CSU Channel Islands students who serve as tutors and role models. After graduation, Natalie hopes to work in a pediatric oncology or neonatal intensive care unit and earn her doctorate of nursing practice.