Natalie Frank (Taye Carrol) received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Georgia. She was on Faculty at George Washington University and served as the Director of the Master's Program in Clinical Psychology at the University of Hartford. She has published on numerous topics in psychology and other fields, authoring 37 Book Chapters, Journal Articles and Book Reviews. In addition, Natalie has over 100 National and International Conference Presentations to her credit. She has served as a reviewer for over a dozen academic publications. Natalie continues to review for a number of academic publications and helps mentor students on applying to graduate school and, for those already in a graduate program, helps them with projects to improve their research skills, presentation style and writing ability.
Natalie most recently served as the Content Coordinator in the marketing department for a large healthcare corporation. Currently working as a freelance writer/editor, she possesses a wide variety of interests in the social sciences, health sciences including nursing and medicine, humanities & education among others. Her articles can be found in various magazines and online journals. Natalie has also served as an Editor and Feature Writer for several online sites including Suite101, Textbroker, Wikio, Reviewstream, Yahoo Voices, Suite.io and others.
Natalie is also an avid creative writer and has had my short stories published in several literary magazines and anthologies including Weirdbook Magazine, Haunted Waters Press and Zero Flash among others. She has completed her first novel which she is currently editing and has three more partially written. Additionally, Natalie has completed a Historical Fiction Stage Play loosely based on the life and death of Leo Frank which she is currently turning into a novella. She reviews books regularly for Grey Goose Press in all genres, and is requested to guest review manuscripts for other publishing houses as well.