Greenstreet Ltd. — Development, Brokerage, Consulting

Natalia Rodriguez

Natalia's international background and early consulting experience in economic development make her a great addition to the Greenstreet team.

Natalia Rodriguez is an associate with Greenstreet Ltd., an Indianapolis-based strategic planning and real estate practice. She is responsible for market research and analysis, writing, client communications, business development, coordinating accounting and payroll, and supporting project managers with planning and delivering high quality work.

Prior to joining Greenstreet, Natalia worked with a workforce and economic development consulting firm providing assistance with primary and secondary research and writing in economic development, labor market data, best practice research and global trends and economic forecasting. Additionally, she worked with clients in both the private and non-profit sector collecting quantitative and qualitative data to support strategic planning, action/implementation plan development, board development and grant writing. Natalia earned her Bachelor’s from Thomas Edison State College, focusing on Liberal Studies with a minor in residential planning. She is now finishing her Master of Public Affairs from Indiana University with a concentration in International Development and Economic Development, expected in 2018. Her primary goal is to prepare and equip communities, through data-informed solutions, with the necessary tools to grow and thrive sustainably.

Born and raised abroad, Natalia spent most of her time living in Mexico, Guatemala and Spain before moving to Indianapolis, Indiana. Community engagement and international work has been a large part of Natalia’s life and she continues to volunteer with local organizations that provide assistance to the international community in Indianapolis. Some of her most recent involvement includes volunteering as professional mentor to Hispanic women through the Indiana Latino Institute and assisting refugee families relocating to Indianapolis through Exodus Refugee.