+52 483 104 3405

Nathan Marks

Nathan Marks


Head of Business Development
07/2018 – Present
Using smartphone technology to democratize access to a quality STEM education.
Leading Lab4U, a fast-growing, Chile-based EdTech startup's growth in Mexico.

Director of Operations
Enseña por México (Teach For Mexico)
02/2018 – 07/2018
Led Operations, including Recruitment, Selection, Program, Alumni, and Evaluation Teams.
Co-led development of rigorous two-year leadership program for top recent college graduates, preparing them for careers in school leadership, public policy, and social innovation.
Through the work of 200 fellows and 350+ alumni, impacted >50,000 students.

Regional Academic Coordinator
Enseña por México (Teach For Mexico)
07/2015 – 02/2018
Led professional development of instructional coaches in 5 states.
Co-led strategic planning and design of two-year leadership development curriculum for more than 220 full-time program participants at Teach For Mexico, impacting >15,000 students per year.
Director of 2017 Summer Institute, 5-week intensive training for incoming cohort of corps members.

Instructional Coach
Enova Mexico
06/2014 – 07/2015
Coached and led development of 28 Profesionales Enseña por México (PEM) during their two-year teaching placement, impacting >1,000 middle and high school English students in Mexico State.
Managed US Embassy’s English Access Microscholarship program at Enova ($260K USD budget), providing free extracurricular English instruction for hundreds of students.

Rocketship Education
07/2010 – 06/2014
Founding staff member at Rocketship Los Sueños and Rocketship Mosaic Academies.
Led second- and third-grade students to >1.6 years average growth in math (as measured by NWEA MAP assessment) and 86% of students to mastery on California Standards Test.

Teach For All (02/2018 – Present)
Fellow, Conscious Leadership for Transformation
Teach For America (06/2010 – 06/2012)
Corps Member

08/2006 – 05/2010
B.A. Economics, B.A. Political Science, B.A. International Studies University of Wisconsin-Madison

"Aquellos que educan bien a los niños merecen recibir más honores que sus propios padres, porque aquellos sólo les dieron vida, éstos el arte de vivir bien.”(Aristóteles)