A Boston native, Nathan attended the University of Michigan. Arriving at campus for his freshman year, he was looking to pursue two passions that seemed distinct: Israel and business. Little did he imagine that he would discover a nascent club that combined the two, TAMID. TAMID’s goal was to connect business-minded students with Israel’s booming innovation economy. Offering Israel-focused consulting projects, investing teams, and a summer internship program, TAMID provided business-school students with a competitive edge. Nathan joined TAMID’s early student leaders in dreaming of a powerful network of CEOs, venture capitalists, and hedge fund managers whose formative years of business education were spent working with Israeli companies. In the summer of 2010, Nathan was one of five students on TAMID’s first-ever Fellowship – a summer internship program in Israel. The experience made plain that a young adult’s business relationship with Israel could quickly become a personal relationship. Seeing that an internship in Israel could be highly impactful, Nathan spent the next two years developing the Fellowship program. Upon graduating, Nathan spent three years in marketing and business development at Benzinga, a Detroit-based financial media startup. He was on a small team that launched and operated a successful e-commerce division. Meanwhile, TAMID (now officially named TAMID Group) grew into a national organization with a professional staff. In March of 2015, Nathan rejoined TAMID as its Assistant Director. He is responsible for all on-campus programming and the national office’s relationships with TAMID’s 30 chapters.