Natalie James

Natalie James is a small business owner and community organizer from Little Rock. Moreover, the political figure is a mother of two beautiful daughters.

Natalie began her profession as a Realtor in 2015, and she has used it to fuel her passion for assisting families in finding secure and affordable housing.

Mayor Frank Scott and the City Directors of Little Rock selected her as a Land Bank Commissioner in 2020. Moreover, James was nominated Chair of the Branch Political Action Committee by the President of the Little Rock Branch of the NAACP in 2021.

The 38-year-old politician opposed attacks on women’s healthcare, voting rights, LGBTQ Arkansans, small business owners, and criminal justice reform in this role.  In the aftermath of horrific police deaths around the country, she led unsuccessful efforts during the Arkansas 93rd General Assembly to hold law enforcement officers responsible and abolish qualified immunity.