|Name||Nathan D. Estruth|
Hamilton, Ohio , United States
|| 00, 1967
Feb 21, 2018 10:44pm
|Info||Nathan is an experienced, proven business leader and job creator with extensive political and public policy experience as well. With 26+ years of experience at Procter & Gamble, his experience includes global multi-national companies, venture and private equity backed high growth companies, large and small retailers, franchising, health care service and diagnostic companies, and several start-ups. |
Nathan currently serves on the Board of Directors of KPS Global, a private equity backed business-to-business service and manufacturing leader in the retail cooler industry segment.
Nathan recently retired from P&G after serving as an officer and Vice-President for more than a decade, and most recently as President & Chief Executive Officer, iMFLUX Inc., a P&G start-up subsidiary in Hamilton, Ohio, bringing advanced manufacturing and disruptive software technology to the mold building and injection molding industries.
Prior to iMFLUX, Nathan was Vice-President, P&G FutureWorks (Corporate New Business Creation). This business unit worked across P&G to identify, develop, incubate, and scale high-leverage technology, business model, and capability platforms, often working with external partner companies. He has been on the forefront of business model innovation and entrepreneurial culture at P&G. Nathan has previously worked across many of P&G’s divisions including P&G’s Wal-Mart customer team (Arkansas) and P&G China operations (Guangzhou).
Prior to P&G Nathan worked as an intern on Capitol Hill for Representative Eldon Rudd, in the Reagan White in the Office of Public Liaison, and briefly in Secretary Jack Kemp’s Office of Speechwriting at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development before being asked to help Secretary J. Kenneth Blackwell in Cincinnati. He has also worked or volunteered on multiple Congressional and Senate contests across several states.
Nathan has spoken at Wharton’s Executive Leadership Program, Harvard Business School’s Entrepreneurship conference, Tsinghua University (Beijing, China), the Online to Profit conference, the Center for Corporate Innovation CTO Innovation and CEO Forums, and was a keynote speaker at the 2010 World Health Care Congress.
Nathan earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science International Relations from UCLA and spent an additional year of Graduate study at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University before joining P&G.
Nathan enjoys spending time with his wife and their four children, serving and investing resources in many different non-profit activities on a local, national, and global basis, including their local church, Pregnancy care, various global relief and missions operations, and United Cerebral Palsy. Racquetball, fly-fishing, and backpacking are some of Nathan’s favorite activities.