Yvonne Natoli Awarded the 2018 Moseley Community Service Award

The Research Coordinator for the McCoy College of Business at Texas State, Yvonne Natoli, has been awarded the Earl L. Moseley Jr. Community Service Award. Ms. Natoli has spent the past 13 years at Texas State and has split her time not only assisting faculty with the development and research of grant proposals, but also getting involved in the local community in San Marcos.

Her community involvement includes volunteering as a member of the board for a local non-profit group and as chair to fourcommunity and interdisciplinary research interest groups. Among other community service projects, Ms. Natoli is involved in community partners such as SMCISD,the City of San Marcos, the Mermaid Society, Community Enhancement Collaborative (17+), Centro Esperanza - Redwood Community Center, the Boys & Girls Club of South Central Texas and Head to Toe.

The Earl L. Moseley Jr. Community Service Award was named after former longtime Texas State staff member Earl L.Moseley Jr., for his commitment to the community in San Marcos. It is given annually by the Texas State Staff Council to a full-time staff member that shows significant community service in San Marcos or Hays County. The yearly award gives $200 to the recipient.

In addition to her duties as the Research Coordinator for McCoy College, Ms. Natoli also finds time to help the faculty conduct research that can immediately impact the community. She was a key component in finding Texas State’s annual Speed Networking for Researchers event. The event is critical in establishing a connection between the faculty at Texas State, the local government, schools, community and nonprofit leaders.