Nathan has 25 years of executive experience in the power generation equipment industry and U.S. Army. He served for nearly 20 years in senior manufacturing, demand management, and sourcing leadership positions at General Electric. In 2019, he transitioned to the smaller private equity backed segment when he became the EVP and GM of Ioxus Inc., a startup ultra-capacitor company where he prepared the company for growth while operationalizing it.
While at GE, Nathan was notably responsible for all manufacturing activities for U.S.-built steam turbines and generators. In addition to driving safety and quality improvements while meeting and exceeding production targets, he created a culture of competitiveness to improve product cost and productivity by using lean and digital tools along with effective capital investments.
Prior to that, Nathan implemented Sales and Operating Planning (S&OP) for GE Power to enable the launch of multiple New Product Gas Turbines and service campaigns with unprecedented time to market and time to volume. His early career was in sourcing where held multiple leadership roles including supplier quality, logistics, and fulfillment and commercial sourcing.
Nathan graduated Magna Cum Laude with B.S . in Electrical Engineering from the University of Dayton, OH.View all Leadership