For nearly two decades Natalie Obando has worked in the world of books as the founder of Do Good Public Relations Group and the grassroots organization, Women of Color Writers Podcast and Programming. She is the current national president of the 105-year-old non-profit, the Women’s National Book Association (WNBA), overseeing all chapters across the nation. She is the founder and chair of Authentic Voices—a four-month-long program that immerses people from marginalized communities in writing, editing, marketing, and publishing. Natalie has been a speaker at literary conferences across the United States helping authors and publishers promote their work and drive equity in publishing.



Do authors need websites? What should go on an author website? Natalie Obando’s chapter “What Every Author Should Know about Building a Website” in Launch Pad: The Countdown to Marketing Your Book will answer all your author website questions. For ten quick tips on building your author website, check out her free downloadable pdf here: