Nathan A WebsterCo-Founder & CEO
areas of expertise
- Business Operations
- Nonprofit Development
- Project Management
- Growth Strategy
- Education Curriculum
- MBA, Operations Management, American InterContinental University
- BA, Public Affairs, Washington State University Vancouver
- AA, General, Clark College
- Corporal, United States Marine Corps
With over 20 years of experience in management, nonprofit, entrepreneurship, management, event planning & management, fundraising, mentorship, and education, Nathan is a humble thought leader visionary with a heart to serve others. He has the breadth and depth of experience needed to quickly understand any business and craft viable customized solutions for each company.
I believe we have to fail forward. However, some have learned to get up and not give up. There’s a market for your dream; even if you have to create it – it exists.
Prior to co-founding NW & Associates in early 2015, Nathan started a nonprofit serving middle and high schools in Vancouver, WA to identify and pursue their passions. In the first year of programming, his organization collaborated in serving over 1,500 youth. His unforeseen success led to national programming with the partnership with Rachel’s Challenge. From young Recruit Webster in MCRD San Diego, Nathan has always been a leader of the pack. He’s held various management positions throughout his career at Fortune 500 companies.
Now, he’s Mr. Social Entrepreneur giving back business tips for those doing social good via his podcast. Also, Nathan is a Business Professor at Clark College, while serving in various capacities. One of his faves would be the Clark Entrepreneur Club. He’s the Faculty Advisor.
When not working, he likes to enjoy the beautiful scenery in the Pacific Northwest. His passion to be competitive finds learning new things to do on his own and with his kids. If you have the chance to get to know Nathan, you’ll learn he’s a huge teddy bear who loves life.
There’s no other feeling than knowing you have helped others live life on their terms. Dream Big!
As I've already mentioned, we--as in Megan and I--wanted to do something new that was entertaining for all involved, but the goal to find some good fried chicken and be in a super cool chill spot to do work was why we started this adventure. Initially, I used this Eater article to get me byFebruary 10, 2019
I was honored by a colleague, Bruce Elgort, to speak with his students about school, business, and life all-in-one. Initially, I wasn't quite sure what to speak about. This was my first time to have this opportunity to be an open book, so I chose what worked for me and told my story. My storyDecember 14, 2018
For those businesses that don't believe they need a website, let me first drop my bottom jaw in amazement. We live in a mobile-device-connected-to-the-internet world. That doesn't make any sense, but I'm not saying I'm right all the time either. With the internet comprising of nothing but websites, why wouldn't you own your business websiteNovember 17, 2018