Natalia D. Macker is Chairwoman of the Teton County Board of County Commissioners, where she works diligently to maintain the vibrancy and diversity of Teton County. Her record demonstrates a drive for action, support for women and working families, and a commitment to public lands and Teton County's conservation values. She was recognized by her peers from around the state as Commissioner of the Year by the Wyoming County Commissioner’s Association in 2019 for her outstanding service to counties and the state.
Upholding service as a primary value, Commissioner Macker is a member of the Rotary Club of Jackson Hole and volunteers annually for Old Bill's Fun Run for Charities. She is currently the chair of the Health, Safety & Social Services Committee for the Wyoming County Commissioners Association. Previously, she was appointed in 2015 by Governor Mead and re-appointed in 2019 by Governor Gordon to serve on the Land Quality Advisory Board for the Department of Environmental Quality. Previously, she was appointed twice to the Teton County/Jackson Parks & Recreation Advisory Board, and she served on the board of Energy Conservation Works, which invests in initiatives and programs to conserve energy and reduce emissions in Teton County.
Commissioner Macker is dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls in Wyoming. She serves on the Council for Women’s Issues, mentors women running for office, and was nominated for the Women of Influence awards. She serves as Wyoming’s delegate to Vision2020, a national coalition of individuals and organizations working together for women's economic, political and social equality in the United States.
She lives in Teton County with her husband and two sons. With her family, she is a member of St. John's Episcopal Church. She is a graduate of Leadership Jackson Hole and a member of the Young Elected Officials Network. Commissioner Macker holds a BA cum laude from Yale University.