Natalie White
Natalie White
Solution Architect, CyberSource

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Natalie graduated in 2005 with bachelor degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics from Texas Christian University, and has experience in the telecommunications, health and welfare services, and payment industries. She currently works as a Solution Architect at CyberSource - a subsidiary of Visa, Inc. - designing and implementing custom enterprise payment solutions for global merchants. Natalie is is an active volunteer with the Society of Women Engineers in Fort Worth, and is a busy working mother of two young children. In her (admittedly infrequent) spare time, she enjoys sewing, knitting and swing dancing.

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Latest Questions
  • Rick asked Natalie White, CyberSource

    Added Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 7:09 PM

    Was there a particular person, job, company, or moment that solidified your future goals?
    Related to Choosing a Degree, Engineering Skills, Preparation for College
    Answers 1
    Natalie White, CyberSource
    Answered Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at 1:12 PM
    Great question! My parents saw that my sister and I had a talent for math and science early in our education and signed us up for the now-defunct Magnet School program at Dunbar Middle and High schools in Fort Worth ISD.  
    I was first introduced to ...
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  • Abigail

    Added Tuesday, February 14, 2017 at 12:48 PM

    I'm in 7th grade, and I have FINALLY decided what I want to be- a computer engineer. But I suppose there is a difference between Computer and Software Engineers? What is the difference?
    Answers 1
    Natalie White, CyberSource
    Answered Friday, February 24, 2017 at 5:03 PM
    Great question! Yes there is a difference. Generally software engineers focus on application-level software while computer engineers focus on firmware and/or hardware design. I'm a software engineer with a degrees in computer science and mathematics and ...
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  • Crista, San Antinio, TX

    Added Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at 9:36 AM

    Why do some people think that engineering is not for girls?
    Answers 1
    Natalie White, CyberSource
    Answered Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at 9:36 AM
    I think in some ways this is a chicken-and-egg question.  The stereotype of the male engineer is perpetuated by the (unfounded) idea that men are better suited to more analytical professions, which trickles down in society and is taught (either ...
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