Natalie Abdullah is the CEO and Executive Director of M.O.R.E Services Inc. a non-profit organization that has been helping the community through various social services programs. Natalie (a mother of 8) arrived in the US in 1998 as a UK Immigrant and started providing social services in 2013 as a volunteer in her neighborhood community center.
She started off providing youth programs and tutoring for Low-income, limited English speaking youth and transitioned to serving whole families. Natalie an Immigrant from London, UK born to Jamaican Parents experienced firsthand the challenge of getting acclimated to a new country and culture and being a Muslim woman; some of the religious and culture barriers that were presented to her.
She received her Education from Harold Washington College, majoring in Social Services Studies. Natalie also has a background in Medical Services working as a Medical Administrator for a Family Medicine clinic in the past.
In April of 2021 during COVID 19, Natalie was compelled to open her own organization to continue to serve vulnerable clients that were facing increasing difficulties in addition to the pandemic. Her organization helps clients break down language and cultural barriers and identify and access benefits that are available to them through local, state, and federal programs.
Today MORE Services inc. offers a wide range of programs and services from individual coaching/ counseling, immigration, public benefits, medical and health, financial assistance. M.O.R.E Services is also a small community clinic providing on-site medical services for patients with or without insurance.
Natalie Abdullah specializes in helping immigrants and citizens with education, resources, and programs. Her passion is assisting clients with providing them opportunities to improve their lives or goals. M.O.R.E Services is an acronym that stands for More Opportunities to Realize Excellence.
Natalie’s vision and driving force for her organization is and has been: “Respect all regardless of age, gender, religion, race and nationality. Honor and celebrate diversity amongst all”.