Natalie Guerrero is an Afro-Latina writer and producer based in Los Angeles, California. After making her Broadway debut as Young Nala in Disney’s The Lion King on Broadway, Natalie received her BFA in Dramatic Literature from Boston University. Since then, Natalie has held executive positions at HarperCollins, WME, and MACRO/M88 as a Books-to-Film Executive.
While growing her professional career, Natalie also poured energy into her creative ventures, sharpening her skillset as a writer, first by publishing an essay titled ON SILENCE in Hungry Hearts, an anthology of heartfelt essays by Penguin Random House, and later by collaborating with the legend Jenifer Lewis to co-write her essay collection titled Walking In My Joy. Today Natalie serves as the Director to Mara Brock Akil’s Writers’ Colony, a writers’ and artists’ residency based in Los Angeles. She lives with her dog, Tupac, in the hills of Los Feliz.
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