Nate Bronstein is a former teacher from North Philadelphia; he earned his Masters in Education, Public Administration and the Science of Social Policy respectively, from the University of Pennsylvania. Nate currently serves as the chief operating officer of the international trade association, The Convenient Care Association, which represents providers and companies in the retail health space that are working to close healthcare gaps across the US. Nate additionally has extensive experience as a consultant on state-wide policy initiatives as well as political campaign strategy and management. He has spent the last five years working as both the Co-Founder and CEO of one DC-based startup and one Philadelphia-based startup working to solve inefficiencies in how people connect, organize and manage their resources. With extensive experience in the social impact space from a for-profit, non-profit, and governmental perspective, Nate has written for the Chronicle of Social Change and is currently serving as the board president of Philadelphia's oldest and largest music school.