Natalie Alleman

Natalie is a junior speech pathology and audiology major from New Orleans, La. She is excited to return as a College of Health Ambassadors for a second year.

Natalie is very active around the Southern Miss campus, serving others through membership and leadership opportunities. She is an active member of her sorority Delta Gamma where she has previously served as director of finance. She currently holds the office of vice president of communications and loves being able to participate in service projects through her chapter. 

Natalie is also a passionate supporter of the American Cancer Association’s Relay for Life. She was given the opportunity her freshman year to start her sorority chapter’s first relay team and was able to coach other teams for the event. She is approaching her third year as captain of Delta Gamma’s team and is so proud of her chapter for helping to raise money and awareness to an incredible cause.

Natalie is a Leadership Scholar which has given her numerous opportunities to be a servant leader throughout the Hattiesburg community. Additionally, she is a member of the Catholic Student Association at St. Thomas where she regularly attends mass. She looks forward to completing her undergraduate career at Southern Miss before hopefully begin her graduate school journey at Louisiana State University. Her goal is to one day work on a rehab floor at a hospital as a speech pathologist.

In her spare time, Natalie enjoys watching movies, swimming, playing intramurals, spending time with friends and watching Saints football games with her family. She is excited to continue to show others the love that she has for her school through the College of Health Ambassadors.