Nathan first joined ICA as an intern in 2008 after obtaining his producer’s license. Starting in the mailroom working his way up to Senior Consultant, his gradual but hard-earned ascension to the level of Senior Consultant over the last thirteen years has evidenced Nathan’s abilities to service accounts in industries that include real estate, apparel, education, technology, pharmaceuticals, professional services, contractors, retailers and manufacturers. Nathan takes great pride in his impressive track record of reducing his Client’s total cost of risk while achieving a broader and more comprehensive risk management program.
Nathan also serves as a liaison to his practice group on ICA’s IT committee because of his passion and interest in everything cyber related. He is also an integral part of ICA’s monthly marketing committee meetings that bring relevant risk management ideas to ICA’s professionals.
Prior to joining ICA, Nathan graduated from Yeshiva University in Manhattan with a double major in Business Management and Judaic Studies as well as a degree in Entrepreneurship. Nathan demonstrated his well-rounded business mind at an early age when he finished first place in the Sy Syms School of Business bowl competition as a senior in high school. Nathan became a member of the Society of Risk Management Consultants in 2012 and is currently pursuing several professional insurance designations.
Outside of ICA, Nathan is involved in significant social projects which include the restoration of Jewish cemeteries in Poland that were destroyed during the Second World War. For this purpose, he returns to Poland every three years and has spoken at numerous schools with the goal of bringing awareness to the atrocities that were committed during the Holocaust. As a new father, Nathan also maintains his edge by playing ice hockey, his favorite sport, and writes fantasy football articles in his spare time while being extremely involved in his community on a local level.
Nathan can be reached at email@example.com and via LinkedIn.