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Nautrie Jones

Nautrie Jones

Nautrie Jones

Principal (she/her/hers)

“My grandmother left a full-time job in order to pursue her own version of success. This happened during a time when Black people were told that they should be grateful for their jobs and should not “rock the boat”. She refused and took steps to chart her own path and to live life on her own terms. After leaving her full-time job, Autrie Wilkerson became the owner of several businesses including, gas stations, convenience stores and nightclubs. My grandmother passed away in 2018 and now that I am a parent of two girls, I am continuously reminded of what it means to choose self-love and purpose even when it might not be as clear to other people. I want that choice for my daughters. This means that everyday, I have to both identify and work to reimagine systems that restrict choice and opportunity for people.”


  • Before joining Edgility, Nautrie led the Teach for America Metro Atlanta Program team where she increased employee engagement and retention through centering equity, relationships, learning and impact.
  • As the Head of Program, Nautrie led cross-functional projects aimed at increasing team-wide efficiency, launched a regional hardship fund for teachers experiencing unexpected emergencies, built a coaching model designed to support novice teachers and established partnerships with schools and organizations.
  • Nautrie holds a Master’s Degree in Middle Grades Education from Cambridge College and a Bachelor of Science in Child Development from Texas Womans University.

Nautrie lives just north of Atlanta (Roswell), in Georgia with her husband and two children. Together, they spend lots of time watching soccer, playing the latest family board games or hanging out on their back porch listening to music. She also spends time watching the latest binge worthy TV shows and catching up with friends and family.

Our team

Allison Wyatt

Co-Founder and Partner (she/her/hers)

Angelica Molero

Principal (she/her/ella)

Ben Crosby

Associate Partner (he/him/his)

Brett Kunsch

Senior Recruitment Consultant (he/him/his)

BriAnn Gibson

Recruitment Consultant (she/her/hers)

Celena Jenkins

Recruitment Consultant (she/her/hers)

Christina Greenberg

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Christina Pfeiffer

Strategy & Operations Manager (she/her/hers)

Clair Clauson

Senior Manager of HR and Operations (she/her/hers)

Corina Ramos

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Danielle Tate

Talent Equity Consulting Associate (she/her/hers)

Dayne Castillo

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Elise Austin

Staff Accountant (she/her/hers)

Emma Chow

Special Assistant (she/her/hers)

Floricet Diaz

Recruitment Associate (she/her/hers)

Hadley Kornacki

Senior Recruitment Consultant (she/her/hers)

Ila Shah

Associate Partner, (she/her/hers)

Jennifer Svendsen, PhD

Principal (she/her/hers)

Joanna Norko

Special Projects Associate (she/her/hers)

Jonathan Howard

Associate Partner (he/him/his)

Julie Wargo - Senior Compensation Consultant

Julie Wargo

Senior Compensation Consultant (she/her/hers)

Kaelan Forbes

Talent Management Associate (she/her/hers)

Kara Patrovic - Analyst

Kara Patrovic

Analyst (she/they)

Karl Stuebe - Special Assistant

Karl Stuebe

Special Assistant (he/him/his)

Kevin Bryant

Associate Partner (he/him/his)

Kevin Haroldo Ramirez

Talent Equity Consultant (he/him)

Marissa McNeil - Analyst

Marissa McNeil

Analyst (she/her/hers)

Mary Joan Evans

Recruitment Operations Manager (she/her/hers)

Nathaniel Browning

Talent Equity Consulting Associate (he/him/his)

Nautrie Jones

Nautrie Jones

Principal (she/her/hers)

Nina Bhatia - Principal

Nina Bhatia

Principal (she/her/hers)

Ron Rapatalo

Associate Partner (he/siya)

Serena Moy

Principal (she/her/hers)

Toren Triepke - Special Assistant

Toren Triepke

Special Assistant (she/her/hers)

Travonnie Mackey

Travonnie Mackey

Associate Partner (she/her/hers)

Zachary Harr

Senior Recruitment Consultant (he/him/his)


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