• Royce Fellowship
Natalie Lewis


Gender Studies

Award Year 


Natalie proposes to examine Antiguan culture. Her research will include analyzing Antiguan music, literature, art and dance and collecting personal narratives.

Natalie is a co-founder and the Executive Director of PATH, Inc. She has 15 years professional experience in education, public relations and the arts. She has founded and directed youth development programs in the U.S. and the Caribbean including 4MILE@bryant (Bryant University, Smithfield, RI), Growing UpRooted (a program of Project New Urban Arts, Providence, RI), Project S.E.E. (a program of the Alabama School of Mathematics & Science, Mobile, AL), World Class Summer Academy (Antigua, West Indies) and PATH: Preserving, Archiving & Teaching Hiphop, Inc. (Miami, FL). She directed mathematics & science enrichment programs in rural Alabama and was trained in public relations at the The Big Picture Company/Big Picture Learning. Natalie served as the Education Outreach Coordinator for the Rhode Island Black Heritage Society and was later appointed Assistant Directer of the Intercultural Center for International and Multicultural Education at Bryant University.