Saturday, June 24th
Nathaniel Scott, Jr is respected by industry colleagues as a "leader" and “strategic thinker”. He offers over 20 years of private sector and military leadership success as an entrepreneur, organizational leader, and financial professional.
A native of the Savannah, GA area, Nate enlisted in the U.S. Army and served as a soldier in combat during Operation Desert Storm. Upon his return, he received a Congressional nomination to West Point and went on to receive his undergraduate degree in Sociology with Computer Science Engineering as his field of study from the U.S. Military Academy. He graduated with the honor of being selected as the Class of 1996 3rd Regimental Commander and went on to serve as a commissioned Army Infantry Officer and Ranger. His last assignment was as a Captain in the Old Guard at Arlington National Cemetery.
After serving in the Army, Nate earned an MBA from George Washington University and an Executive Certificate in Financial Planning from Georgetown University. From 2004-2006, he worked as a licensed financial advisor before accepting his last corporate job as the Chief Financial Officer for a mortgage and real estate technology company. In 2007, they were listed as an INC 500 fastest growing.
As an entrepreneur and network marketing professional, Nate is the co-author of the book “Pillars of Success” along with Jim Rohn, Alexander Haig, and Pat Summitt. The book is a compilation of ideas from numerous experts who share the “how” and “why” of their success. In this book, Nate shares the story of how he made his first million by age 32.
In the book "Life Is Rich: How To Create Lasting Wealth", Nate shares a principle-centered, Biblically based leadership plan that clearly identifies the retirement cash flow danger and he gives practical steps that everyone can take to address it.
Nate’s personal mission is “To live each day principle- centered based upon Biblical teachings and to be a person of value and positive influence". Nate's core strength is teaching organizations how to develop leaders that know"how to think" vs "what to think". To learn more, visit AskNateScott.com.