Nathan has worked in global public health for eight years, across a diverse range of issues, including malaria, maternal health, non-communicable diseases and global health security. He has supported the development and implementation of public health programs for governments, industry, multilateral organizations and civil society across a variety of settings.
Prior to joining Global Health Visions, Nathan worked for a New York based consulting firm, where he helped orchestrate a cross-industry collaborative effort in support of the Global Health Security Agenda; co-led the development of a Pan-African non-communicable disease program; and helped develop and facilitate the communications and advocacy strategy as the Secretariat for Saving Mothers, Giving Life, a public-private partnership to improve maternal health outcomes during pregnancy and child birth. Previously, he led quantitative and qualitative operational research on food security and nutrition in humanitarian emergency contexts.
Nathan has also led the development of Intellectual Capital tools to systematize and streamline strategy and operations for companies, with a focus on stakeholder mapping and engagement.
As a member of the Advisory Board of the Pen Bay Healthcare Foundation in Rockport, Maine, Nathan supports a council of business leaders with a mission to promote and integrate a wellness and social determinants of health focus into the Foundation’s strategic fundraising efforts.
Nathan holds an M.Sc. in Global Health from Trinity College, Dublin and a B.A. in International Development Studies from McGill University.