Nathan is an Educational Programs Associate at Clinton Foundation and develops and coordinates select K-12 educational programs of the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. Prior to joining the Foundation as an intern in 2012, Nathan worked to better understand education on a global scale as a Thomas J. Watson Fellow. He investigated how schools and communities in Australia, Finland, South Africa, and India, renowned for capitalizing on its educational culture, established an education philosophy that broadens academic focus.
In Little Rock, Nathan serves on the steering committee of The Arkansas Association of Black Professionals and the Little Rock Club. Nathan is also an alumni of Leadership Arkansas Class X & the Shafik Gabr Fellowship. Nathan received his B.A. in Anthropology & Sociology from Hendrix College as and is currently a M.A. candidate at Johns Hopkins for Museum Studies & Non-Profit Management.
As a founding member of the Start Here Initiative, Nathan provided his content expertise on program development, evaluation, diversity, and equity. He also serves on the governing board of the Arkansas Association of Black Professionals.