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Natalie Holder




SCOTT & MURPHY, INC.

Story by Kayla Fugate • Photography by Brian Packard

Natalie Holder is a Project Manager for Scott and Murphy, Inc. She graduated from the University of Kentucky with a degree in Civil Engineering. “Throughout my life, I have been very blessed to have family, friends, and community members who have invested in my personal and professional development to become the person I am today,” she says. She and her husband welcomed a baby boy last year.

“Since 2014, I have had the pleasure of working for one of the top construction firms in the South Central Kentucky area.” She says Scott and Murphy brought her on board as a project manager and she hasn’t looked back.

Natalie’s first job was as a lifeguard at the Glasgow City Pool, and her dream job was designing house plans. “My dad built houses, and I would spend hours drawing and looking at his plan books,” she says.

She wants young women who are entering the business world out of college that their college GPAs will not predetermine their success in business.

“What matters in business and in life is pursuing goals with a sense of purpose.” Natalie says that she loves that her employer, Mike Murphy, understands the importance of community involvement.

“If I am not at my desk or on a job site, you can find me at various community or chamber events,” she says. “I take pride in working for an organization that supports the communities in which we operate.”

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