Nat Warren White
NAT is an executive coach, management trainer, actor, teacher, and director. He currently designs and facilitates programs in areas such as leadership, presence, teambuilding, and coaching for corporate and not-for-profit clients around the world. His clients include Deloitte, BCG, Chrysler, IPC, KPMG, Norsk Hydro, Société Générale, General Electric, Capital One, McDonalds, Coke, Disney, P&G, The Federal Reserve and the Senior Executive Programs at IMD, Duke, Columbia, Harvard and Northwestern Universities.
In the non-profit arena, Nat has created drama therapy programs for the Suffolk County House of Correction, and at the Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for the Aged in Boston. In 2004, Nat helped found a theater company comprised of ex-prisoners and their family members. Now in its 10th year of performances and workshops And Still We Rise (www.andstillwerise.org) tells the stories of people impacted by the prison system in America.
Nat has extensive experience as a teacher and has instructed students in acting, movement, improvisation, and drama therapy at Emerson College, College of the Atlantic, Lesley University, the Boston and New England Conservatories, Omega Theater Center, and the Babson MBA program.
Nat is an eight-year veteran of Boston's long-running comedy hit Shear Madness and was a company member with the McCarter Theater and the Actors' Theatre of Louisville. He served as the Artistic Director of the Poets’ Theater in Cambridge, MA. Nat has appeared in hundreds of commercials, feature films, TV dramas, training films, live trade shows and new product promotions. He has a degree in Theater from Wesleyan University and an MA in Drama Therapy from Lesley University. Nat is a member of Actors Equity, SAG and AFTRA and is a Registered Drama Therapist.
In 2006, accompanied by his wife, Betsy, their son, Josh, and, along the way, more than fifty friends, Nat left his home in Maine with the goal of sailing his 43’ cutter BAHATI around the world. He and his crew returned to Maine in 2011 proving once again that the world is round.