Nathan Otto is a changemaker, corporate leadership consultant, personal counselor and author. He is the CEO and co-founder of Holometrics, and the not-for-profit Safe Conflict Project. He is the co-author of Give Peace a Deadline: What Ordinary People Can Do to Create Peace In Five Years.
As a leadership consultant, Nathan measures alignment with key objectives using the Holometrics Holograph. The Holograph report aligns executive attention to the areas which produce the greatest business results. He has worked with leaders in finance, healthcare, government, media, and leading international non-profits. He is currently writing a book on leadership, working title Evolutionary Leadership: How to Lead So People Want to Follow.
In his personal counseling, Nathan works with a boutique of experts to help founders of wealth generate Legacy Outcomes. Legacy outcomes are long-term positive results for founders, families, and wealth.
In his peacebuilding role, Nathan has convened special meetings of select peacebuilding organizations, individuals, business people, government leaders and strategists to increase resource, effectiveness and collaboration. Projects conceived at these meetings, called Synergizers, generate ongoing impact. His work has been endorsed by William Ury, founder of the Harvard Global Negotiation Project and author of bestseller Getting to Yes, F. W de Klerk, 7th President of South Africa and winner of the Nobel Prize for Peace; Mike Moore, former Prime Minister of New Zealand and Secretary-General of the World Trade Organization, and Anthony Robbins, noted motivational speaker and author Awakening the Giant Within.
He is the grandson of Bill and Vieve Gore, co-founders of W.L. Gore and Associates, a widely respected family-owned high-tech manufacturing company with $5b in revenues and over 10,000 associates worldwide. He built and sold two internet-based companies from 1995 to 2005, ArtSelect and MealsForYou, both based on complex consumer-facing CMS platforms he designed.
Nathan holds a degree in mathematics and computer science, with Honors, from Wesleyan University.