Dr. Natalie Carrizales was born and raised in Houston, TX. She earned her B.S. in Biology with a concentration in Neuroscience from the University of Texas at San Antonio, graduating Magna Cum Laude. For a year, she worked as a cord blood collector for MD Anderson, helping bring transplants to patients suffering from lymphomas and leukemia. She then attended the University of Texas school of Dentistry where she received her D.D.S.
Dr. Carrizales is an empathetic and compassionate individual who cares about her community and patients. She volunteers her time with Catholic Charities and has served as a catechist at multiple churches for four years. She enjoys seeing the children active in the church. Dr. Carrizales also actively volunteers for Baker Ripley Neighborhood Centers and NALEO. She is passionate about helping refugees and immigrant residents. She is trained on filling out N400 for the naturalization process and often works with congress representatives and lawyers to aid immigrant families.
Dr. Carrizales enjoys reading books with her younger sisters. She participates in anime and comic conventions with her brother who is a vendor and thrives in multicultural settings. Dr. Carrizales loves discovering new fooderies with her mother and grandparents. She enjoys painting with acrylic and oils, riding her vintage cruiser bike, and listening to a variety of music. Dr. Carrizales is a fitness enthusiast and is an energetic social individual