Natalie Daab is a senior in the School of Meteorology with a minor in broadcast journalism. Natalie studied abroad at The University of Reading in England during the spring 2011 semester and got the opportunity to travel to seven different countries during her time there. She has interned at News9 and KSBI-TV in Oklahoma City and at WGN-TV in Chicago. She also served as an undergraduate research assistant at the Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms.
During her time in the School of Meteorology, Natalie has been a School of Meteorology mentor, a National Weather Center Tour Guide, an OU Student Chapter of the American Meteorological Society (OUSCAMS) member, and an Oklahoma Weather Lab (OWL) forecaster. Natalie has also participated as a Camp Crimson counselor and is currently an OU Nightly weather anchor, weather producer, and crew member. Natalie has done all of these things while maintaining a 4.00 GPA. Natalie is the recipient of several scholarships and honors, including the School of Meteorology's Undergraduate Achievement Award for the highest GPA in the junior class.
Outside of school, Natalie is an active member at Journey Church and will be a part of their missions team traveling to Los Angeles over spring break. She also enjoys spending time with her friends and family, working out, traveling, and taking pictures. Upon graduation in May 2012, Natalie will pursue a career as a broadcast meteorologist. She is open to living and working pretty much anywhere, so she looks forward to what the future has in store.