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Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior

Natalie Davis served as a special assistant to the Secretary of the Interior and as a Deputy White House Liaison at Department of Interior. The nature of her duties is unclear.

After UC Berkeley, Natalie Davis he worked as a communications assistant in the California State Assembly from June 2015 to April 2016. Next, she worked on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, first as the California Volunteer Coordinator from April 2016 to July 2016, and then as the Ohio Sportsmen and 2nd Amendment Outreach Coordinator from August 2016 to November 2016. Following the election, Davis worked as a site lead for Donald Trump’s Presidential Inaugural Committee.

In December 2018, Davis announced on Facebook that she was returning to California to finish her last year of college at UC Berkeley.

Sources: [Emily Yehle and Hannah Northey, “Mystery Trump workers hold DOE, Interior jobs,” Energy & Environment, 03/30/17, and LinkedIn Profile for Natalie Davis, accessed 06/05/17, Facebook profile for Natalie Davis, accessed 07/08/19]

Political Connections

Natalie Davis, in 2016, donated $900 to the California Republican Party.

[Political Moneyline Search for Natalie Davis, CQ, accessed 06/05/17]

Financials

Financial Disclosure

Department of the Interior Salary: $66,510

[Natalie Davis, ProPublica’s Trump Town, accessed 03/13/18]

Other Information

Natalie Davis was a Trump delegate at the 2016 Republican National Convention.

At the Republican National Convention, Natalie Davis helped get California delegates “riled up.”

[Matthew Artz’s Twitter, 07/19/16, and Chris Krohn, “This just in: Republicans in Berkeley? and they went to the convention!,” Berkeley Daily Planet, 06/25/16]

Natalie Davis once retweeted “‘Bernie Sanders endorsing Crooked Hillary Clinton is like Occupy Wall Street endorsing Goldman Sachs.'”

[Chris Krohn, “This just in: Republicans in Berkeley? and they went to the convention!,” Berkeley Daily Planet, 06/25/16]