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OKC Chapter Presents: Dr. Nathan Mellor
Petroleum Club
100 N Broadway Ave # 3400
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
United States
Wednesday, September 12, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
Category: OKC Chapter Events

Program Description: TBA

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 About the Presenter:

 

Dr. Nathan Mellor is one of OK Ethics’ top presenters, drawing large audiences that he inspires and equips with powerful messages about the importance of good character in our daily lives. His positivity, humor and wisdom are mighty antidotes to the chaos and distrust found in the world.  In 2018, OK Ethics honored him as their Executive Pilot Award recipient. 

Dr. Mellor has not only addressed OK Ethics guests in attendance at OKC and Tulsa chapter events, he has also generously donated his time by assisting the OK Ethics Board with planning sessions. He has been a popular keynote speaker on campuses for over twenty years, and his impact is felt well beyond the borders of our state.

In pursuit of educational, humanitarian and religious interests, Dr. Mellor has studied or taught in Australia, Belize, China, England, Guyana, Israel, Jordan, Mexico, Russia and Rwanda. He is passionate about developing future leaders and is the co-founder of the Presidential Leadership Institute, hosted on the campus of York College, in collaboration with the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum. Since founding Strata Leadership with his business partner, Frank Smith, in late 2009, the company has grown from a single employee in a windowless office to a multi-million dollar family of companies, which include Mosaic Personnel, Qubit Creative and Strata Leadership.

Dr. Mellor earned a doctorate of education in organizational leadership from Pepperdine University and a master’s in dispute resolution from the Pepperdine University School of Law, where he was named a Straus Fellow. He also holds a Master of Science degree in education from Harding University, where he served as the Graduate Assistant to the University President. His bachelor’s degree is also from Harding, where he served as Student Association President, earned his letter playing intercollegiate football, played trumpet in the Pep Band and sang in the choir.