Nat Warren-White is an executive coach, leadership trainer, program designer and facilitator with more than 30 years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies and NGO’s globally.
In addition, for the last 40+ years, Nat has been an actor, director, producer, and artistic director working independently and with several leading US-based regional theater companies. He lives in Maine with his partner of 40 years, Betsy. Their sturdy So African-built 43’ cutter, BAHATI, is moored in the Harraseeket River. They left South Freeport in 2006 on a circumnavigation which took them 5 years to complete. Nat has written numerous articles about this voyage for Ocean Navigator and Ocean Voyager magazines and he is currently putting the finishing touches on a book called In Slocum’s Wake chronicling the trip.
"I had the great pleasure to meet Nat Warren-White for the first time in Australia where he delivered several "Presence" programs to our key corporations. He is a magnificent man with talents to sense the needs of each individual participant on the program. I watched as he connected authentically, engaged and stretched each person, with utmost sensitivity and care. If you are looking for a Master at work, you cannot get one better than Nat."
"If you want to get an audience to engage emotionally as well as cognitively then look no further than Nat Warren-White. Nat delivered a keynote at the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) in Sydney Australia to an audience of about 70 leaders on the topic of “Leadership Presence”. He captured the imagination of everyone through his stories, his energy and his passion for the topic. His theatre background was able to bring the added dimension of drama to the room. On this cold Sydney winter morning, Nat singlehandedly warmed his audience to engage with their minds and their hearts. Exceptional person and an exceptional speaker."
“I had the great pleasure to work with Nat when I took over leadership of BCG's Washington DC office. I cannot say how much he contributed to my leadership skills. He taught me much about how to hold a room, how to lead and motivate the group. But, more importantly, he taught me to slow down. Not the least, by introducing me to a 10 day silent meditation retreat that changed my life.
I cannot thank Nat enough for his coaching, but also for his friendship.”