Nathan supports science- and data-driven approaches to protect and restore the Delaware River watershed: drinking water source for New York City, Philadelphia, Trenton and Wilmington. Before joining the Foundation in 2012, Nathan worked with the consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton providing strategic planning and portfolio management services. Nathan was previously imbedded in francophone Cameroon with the 501(c)(3) nonprofit Breaking Ground, engaged with a local municipality in water-quality analysis and health-impact assessment. Nathan’s nonprofit experience also includes time as a board member with the American Water Resources Association, National Capital Region Section, and membership with the American Public Health Association, Environment Section.
Nathan holds an M.A. and a B.A. in earth and environmental science from Wesleyan University and a graduate certificate in environmental science, health and policy from George Washington University School of Public Health. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Professional.