Dr. Natalie Ellington
Conference Speaker, Communications Instructor,Workshop Facilitator
Dr. Natalie Ellington is an international teacher, speaker, and author who encourages her audiences to examine alternative methods of accomplishing goals, develop better relationships and build more effective teams at home, at work, and in the community. Her recently released book, Right Choices: Choose the Life You Were Destined to Live, leads the reader to utilize the ability to choose the things – actions, attitudes, emotions, and responses – that promote positive outcomes in life.
As a certified Core Communications instructor, Dr. Ellington also conducts workshops and seminars emphasizing practical steps to improving communication skills and resolving conflicts. Her workshops are interactive, entertaining, and informative, enabling participants to learn and apply principles that create effective exchanges, broaden cultural awareness, and facilitate communication with others.
Dr. Ellington has a wealth of administrative, managerial and organizational experience in diverse industries. Her background includes corporate experience as the West Coast Director of Professional Activities with Motown Industries; Director of Marketing and then Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management with Oral Roberts University; Vice President and Dean of Dominion College; Principal of Christian Faith School in Seattle, WA; and currently CEO of Ellington Consulting.
Her formal training includes a Doctorate in Education from Nova Southeastern University, a Master in Education and a Master in Business Administration from Oral Roberts University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations from the University of Southern California.
As a strong advocate for community service, Dr. Ellington serves on the boards of the Federal Way/Auburn Boys and Girls Club, the King County Women's Advisory Board, St, Francis Women's Advisory Council, King County Advisory Council on Aging and Disability Services, The Hope House Foundation, and as a Go Red Ambassador for the American Heart Association.
Dr. Ellington resides in the Seattle suburb of Kent, Washington.
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