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Natalie Jones didn't think college was for her, until her 'third act'

Natalie Jones near her home in Hull. (Anthony Brooks / WBUR)
Natalie Jones near her home in Hull. (Anthony Brooks / WBUR)

It’s never too late to go to college. That’s what Natalie Jones learned at mid-life.

WBUR’s Anthony Brooks tells us how she re-invented herself after a slew of life-altering challenges.

This story is part of WBUR’s “The Third Act” series, highlighting people who worked full careers and re-invented themselves later in life, often in surprising and inspirational ways.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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