Natalie Meade is a reporter covering, mental health, wellness, and Caribbean-specific stories on the environment, natural disasters, politics, and culture. Criticisms of media, music, and literature are also within her wheelhouse. She was on The New Yorker’s team that won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for public service. She has previously worked at Harper’s, and is a graduate of the Columbia Journalism School. Natalie is currently working on a narrative non-fiction book about her family’s history set in the West Indies.