Nate leads strategy, research, and helps run projects at Development Seed. He works closely with both the team and partners to strategize and develop the project end-to-end. He has experience working with partners to process data to build APIs, develop open data and coordination strategies, and coordinate project needs and delivery.
Nate has a rich international experience in public health and humanitarian aid. Before joining Development Seed, Nate worked on projects in Haiti, Kenya, Morocco, and Thailand with humanitarian and academic organizations. Prior to moving to DC, he spent time living and working in Kenya on several community mapping and spatial data projects.
Nate received a master’s degree in public health from George Washington University in Washington, DC. His studies focused on global health management, humanitarian relief, and data analysis.