Professor Natalie Butto draws from broad dimensions in facilitating professional, organizational, and community development, as an educator, facilitator, coach, and servant leader in the corporate, legal, non profit, and higher education arenas.

She is passionate about holistic learning, living, and leadership with experience teaching in the classroom and online; conducting corporate training; facilitating workshops/retreats; presenting at national conferences; teaching yoga in prison; producing/directing educational videos; and hosting radio programs.

At Broward College, Professor Butto teaches blended learning courses in Management, Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Diversity, Business Law and Ethics, Social Media, and Self-Assessment. She serves as co-chair of the Community Engagement Committee.

Prior experience includes working as an Assistant Dean with the University of Oregon; adjunct faculty at Portland Community College (teaching Business communications); in-house legal Counsel with Starbucks and Tropicana (PepsiCo); and as a law firm attorney with a global practice.

Natalie Butto has served on corporate diversity/inclusion committees; Boards for the National Inventors Hall of Fame Foundation, French Minister of Tourism, Human Rights Campaign, United Way, and a community theater; and a national committee chair for the Association of Corporate Counsel. She is an active participant in the Academy of Management, National Society of Hispanic MBA’s, South Florida chapter of the Association for Talent Development, South Florida Diversity Council, and Florida Campus Compact.

Her education includes: MBA (NYU) and JD (Georgetown) degrees; and Certifications in Coaching, Organizational dynamics, Diversity training, Yoga teaching, Multimedia/video production.

She is fluent in fluent in English and Spanish, conversational Italian; and has significant international experience.