Natalie Pompilio is a freelance writer and editor in Philadelphia.

A longtime reporter for The Philadelphia Daily News, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and The (New Orleans) Times-Picayune, Natalie documents the world as through the eyes of ordinary people going about their lives — or facing extraordinary challenges. She reported from Baghdad as the insurgency against US military operations began gathering force, and covered Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. She has also contributed to Obit Magazine, American Journalism Review, New Jersey Monthly, and many other publications. Natalie is also the coauthor of a children’s book, “Philadelphia A-Z,” and of “More Philadelphia Murals and the Stories They Tell.” She holds degrees from Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland, and is a rabid New York Yankees fan.

Download Natalie’s resume here.

Email Natalie at nataliepompilio@yahoo.com.

1 comment for “About

  1. Steve Ryan
    December 29, 2015 at 7:00 am

    Natalie, I thought your article on the pink nuns was well-written and informative, but for the omission of any information about where “in Philadelphia” they are located. I had to google it to learn they are either Art Museum or Fairmount.

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