Selma Native Natalie Henry Completes Roby’s Congressional Internship Program
U.S. Representative Martha Roby (R-AL) today congratulated Selma native Natalie Henry for completing an internship this summer in her Washington, D.C., office.
During her time in Representative Roby’s office, Natalie conducted tours of the United States Capitol building, drafted and presented a policy proposal, attended committee hearings, assisted constituents with their various requests, and more.
“Natalie worked diligently for the people of Alabama’s Second District during her time in my office, and I greatly appreciate her efforts,” Representative Roby said. “Natalie’s willingness to serve my constituents and learn more about our nation’s legislative process is highly commendable. I am confident she will be successful in her future endeavors.”
Natalie Henry is the daughter of Davis and Cathy Henry. She is a graduate of John T. Morgan Academy and a rising senior at Louisiana State University where she studies political science and sociology.
More information about Representative Roby’s summer internship program is available here.