Natalie Martin Monroe is the Vice President of Environmental, Safety, and Sustainability Operations for RoyOMartin and serves as the Corporate Secretary for the Martin Sustainable Resources (MSR) Board of Directors. As a fourth-generation leader, Natalie began her career at RoyOMartin working as an intern at the home office for many summers and then served as an intern during the construction of the plywood facility in 1995. After graduating college, she worked as an environmental consultant before joining the company as the Corporate Environmental Manager in July 2003. She is a 1998 graduate of Vanderbilt University and holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree specializing in civil and environmental engineering. She also earned a Master of Business Administration from Louisiana State University in 2002.
In her environmental role at RoyOMartin, Natalie oversees all new and upcoming environmental regulatory requirements that may impact the wood-products industry. She works closely with state and federal environmental agencies on multi-media permits and reporting requirements to ensure compliance at all RoyOMartin’s manufacturing and forestry sites. In her safety role, she leads excellence in safety through safety programs and initiatives that benefit all team members and empowers them to make safety a core value. In her sustainability role, she evaluates every aspect of the business to ensure the sustainability of RoyOMartin’s timber lands, manufacturing sites, employees, and shareholders for generations to come. She also serves as Treasurer of the Martin Foundation, where she manages employee and dependent scholarships to colleges and universities across Louisiana and Texas.
Natalie is also an active member of the community. She has served in a leadership capacity on multiple non-profit boards, as she enjoys giving back to the community through her time and resources. When she is not working or volunteering, she loves spending time with her husband and four children.