Natalie King was a successful lawyer. Now she's launching an EV charger company

Jordyn Grzelewski
The Detroit News

Detroit — Natalie King had a successful career managing her own law practice. 

Still, something inside wouldn't allow her to settle for a job she found enjoyable enough — but lacking a certain spark. She listened to the voice in her head telling her to chart a different course, and she now stands ready to take another leap: leading what is believed to be the country's first electric-vehicle charging station manufacturer owned by a Black woman.

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