Nate Rosenberg, Jr.

Consultant - United States

Nate Rosenberg possesses expertise in breakthrough innovation, corporate culture assessment, strategic planning, executive coaching, and rapid execution. His clients include businesses and organizations in the education, industrial, entertainment, pharmaceutical, and healthcare industries, as well as the boards, executives, and managers of fast-growing startups and Fortune 100 companies

After working with Nate to utilize strategy innovation, a Fortune 500 company in the hospitality industry increased revenue by $24 million and gross operating profit by $17 million year-over-year. In the second year, the company realized an additional $27 million in GOP. His work with a non-profit resulted in the organization’s increasing membership after years of decline and achieving the largest budget surplus in six years. Other engagements include working with a pharmaceutical company on a breakthrough project that accelerated FDA submission of a blockbuster drug by two months, and working with the VP of a Fortune 100 company to grow sales in the executive’s region. As a result of the project, the region went from fifth to first (out of twelve nationally) in both sales growth and budget performance, becoming the first region to lead in both categories. The team repeated these results the following year.

Nate sits on the Board of Directors for the Orange County Council of the Boy Scouts of America. He holds a B.A. in Physics from Harvard University.

Awards and Recognition

  • Leader in Increasing His Value, Insigniam, 2017
  • Leader in Client Satisfaction, Insigniam, 2015
  • Recognized by XO Communications as the sales leader for the Las Vegas market two years in a row, 2011, 2012
  • Doubled monthly contributions in 30 days for a U.S. gubernatorial campaign, 2006
  • Acknowledged in a National Bureau of Economic Research working paper on the myths and realities of American political geography, 2005
  • Conceived and developed the “Hardball at Harvard” series in 2004, a nationally-televised forum between Harvard students and presidential candidates on MSNBC’s Hardball

Public Speaking and Service

  • Board Member, Orange County Council, Boy Scouts of America
  • Treasurer (former), Board of Trustees of the Episcopal Chaplaincy at Harvard, where he returned the non-profit to generating a surplus after years of deficits
  • President (former), Chamber Voices Toastmasters, a President’s Distinguished Club
  • Speaker, Entrepreneurs’ Organization DC
  • Member, Surfrider Foundation

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