Nathan Flood was named KINBER’s president and CEO in 2020, after serving as the organization’s interim president and CEO and vice president overseeing daily operations and working closely with its board of directors.
Under Nathan’s leadership and guidance, KINBER negotiated the sale of its assets; positioned itself for long-term financial sustainability; created Keystone REN LLC, a KINBER wholly owned subsidiary of KINBER focused on research and education networking; and provided input on state and national policy discussions around broadband.
Most recently, he has provided the vision and direction for KINBER’s strategic future focused on sustainable impacts to the commonwealth in digital equity and inclusion, working with the broader community to have positive collaborations during this transformative period.
Prior to joining KINBER, Nathan served as deputy secretary for the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and chief of staff in the Pennsylvania Senate.
Nathan’s experience in economic and community development and technology includes service on the Warwick Township Planning Commission, the Pennsylvania State Transportation Innovation Council (STIC), and the Regional Advisory Committee for Southwestern PA Connected.
Nathan currently serves on the boards of Keystone REN LLC, The Quilt and ELA, an engineering ESOP, and as past chair of the PA Integrated Library System and current chair of the Natural Streams Foundation.
In addition to his leadership roles in and out of KINBER, Nathan is active in his community, having served on his local planning commission, volunteered with the Masonic Center of Lancaster County, and mentored his daughter’s youth soccer team and dance studio.