Nathan Ives is a highly successful executive with over twenty-five years of Energy, Consulting, and Not-For-Profit Industry experience. As an experienced management consultant, he serves as a trusted advisor to executives and senior managers at dozens of Fortune 500, government, and large regional utilities, oil drillers, and mining companies; helping them define organizational needs and develop and manage the complex, mission critical projects needed to improve operational effectiveness and lower costs. In this role, he leads teams of experienced utility professionals in the design and implementation of integrated fleet asset management processes including strategic asset and resource planning, online and outage work management, engineering change and configuration management, document and records management, and corrective action programs.
Nathan attended the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland; earning a bachelor of science degree in physics followed by distinguished service as the Assistant Chief Nuclear Engineer and Quality Assurance Officer onboard USS GROTON SSN 694 where he was responsible for the operation, maintenance, and decommissioning ($9 million budget) of this submarine’s nuclear reactor plant. He received a Master of Business Administration degree from Kennesaw State University and was elected to membership in the Beta Gamma Sigma and Phi Kappa Phi honor societies.
In addition to degree conferring programs, Nathan has received several leading certifications from respected national and international organizations including:
- Diversity Management Certificate from the University of Houston’s International Institute of Diversity & Cross-Cultural Management Business School (2007)
- Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute (2005 – present)
- Instructor and Facilitator Certifications from the National Academy for Nuclear Training (2003)
Nathan served on the Nuclear Energy Institute’s New Nuclear Plant Executive Taskforce (2005) and Nuclear Industry Infrastructure Committee (2005) as well as the Graduate Student Advisory Board at Kennesaw State University’s Coles College of Business. He is a member of the Project Management Institute and the American Management Association.