To work with Nathan, please contact our Business Development staff.
As Vice President for Business Development, Ms. Nemec oversees Nathan’s outreach, capture, partnering, and recruitment to identify and pursue business opportunities. Working with Nathan’s senior leadership and the Directors of Business Development and Recruitment, she marshals the internal and external resources to develop solutions and proposals that meet client needs.
Ms. Redini, Director of Business Development, leverages her more than 10 years of experience leading business development teams to help Nathan proposal teams develop win strategies to capture new business opportunities, including solidifying partnerships with prime and sub partners, and to develop business processes for proposal generation in accordance with recognized best practices.
As the Director of International Recruiting at Nathan, Ms. Capanu has myriad responsibilities. Among these, she manages and participates in a team that recruits qualified candidates internationally and domestically for new business/proposal development, open positions on ongoing projects, and candidates for corporate positions for Nathan’s diverse set of USG, international, and private sector clients. She oversees the development of the personnel sections and contributes to the management section of proposals. In addition, she trains and mentors junior-level staff members and represents Nathan at networking functions and at meetings with clients, chiefs of party, and team leaders, and leads key personnel interviews.
As Head of Client Engagement, Ms. Murphy works with current clients on their satisfaction with current services and potential new areas of work, and works to identify new clients and introduce them to Nathan. She also works with Nathan’s communications team to build the Nathan presence in the market and presence as a thought leader in private sector and market systems development.
Ms. DeHaven, Head of Business Development, is a skilled international development professional who applies her quantitative and qualitative skills to financial inclusion, challenge funds, and research assignments for sub-Saharan African and south-east Asian countries. During her 9-year career, she has worked with major international organizations, international NGOs, and donors such as the UNCDF, DFID, the World Bank/IFC, FSD Africa, and EBRD.
Mr. Kannan, Head of Regulatory Economics at Nathan, specializes in regulatory economics and policy and impact analysis. His areas of expertise include policy design, development of regulatory framework for infrastructure sectors, economic research and analysis, and air cargo logistics.