Dr. Nathan Hiller is Academic Director of the FIU Center for Leadership and a faculty member of Management and International Business. He has been called on to work with executives and organizations varying from Fortune 100 firms to non-profit and government organizations and is sought after for his ability to translate research-proven ideas into concrete actions and leadership strategies. Nathan’s extensive experience in consulting with executives has repeatedly demonstrated that small adjustments in behaviors and how we lead our organizations can have a cascading impact.
As an academic, Dr. Hiller’s research has appeared in top journals and been cited widely in media outlets across the globe. Nathan oversees and teaches in the Center’s top-ranked (2014, 2016) leadership development programs and leads the research efforts of the Center. He sits on two editorial boards and has held appointments at Cornell University and at the University of Washington and taught post-graduate courses in Rio, Panama, and the Cayman Islands. Nathan received a B.A. from the University of Calgary and both an M.S. and Ph.D. from The Pennsylvania State University. Nathan loves to travel for work and to surf, and has lived in 10 cities across the globe.