Section 2 - Aftermath
Researcher Grade 3, Directorate of Research, Section 2
- Name: Natalie Sanderson
- Nationality: United States
- Political Affiliation: None
- Education: PhD in Psychology, Yale 1997, MD from Yale 1999 (among others)
- DOB: 5-5-1972
- DOD: -
- Known Parahuman Abilities: Natalie is capable of learning just about anything in a remarkably fast period of time. While cognitive tests show her to have just higher-than-average overall intelligence, she has a preternatural rate of retention for new ideas. She can learn languages fluently in mere days and compressed her entirely medical school curriculum into two years.
Natalie is a thirty-eight year old woman with sandy-blonde hair and grey eyes. She’s thin and wiry and bears herself as an academic. She is a skilled doctor of psychology, although her “bedside manner” leaves something to be desired. As a result, she has gone into research and theoretical psychology rather than therapy.
She was inducted into Section 2’s Directorate of Research to follow up on the pioneering work of Dr. Anthony Albright in Talent psychology. She often works with Dr. Albright across the Directorate divide.
Since Albright’s temporary reassignment, she was briefly brought into the Directorate of Operations to continue working with certain individuals such as Alice Nielsen. With the promotion of Deputy Director Amundson, however, Ms. Sanderson returned to her duties in the Directorate of Research.