Nathan Uldricks currently works as a Senior Consultant in strategy and organization division for Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. He received a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University in 2006. Two years later, Mr. Uldricks began studies at Johns Hopkins University, where he earned his Master of Arts in Government in 2010. Nathan Uldricks currently serves as Alumnus Adviser for the Alpha-Eta chapter of The Kappa Sigma Fraternity at The George Washington University. Mr. Uldricks is also the founding Alumnus Adviser for the chapter at Salisbury University, where chapter membership has become 50 percent larger than the nearest competitor in less than one year, and boasts the most community service hours and highest GPA. The chapter is now leading campus-wide efforts to eliminate hazing at Salisbury University. In addition to his work as an Alumnus Adviser, Nathan Uldricks has worked pro bono as a Consultant for Compass, an institute that offers volunteer consulting services to nonprofits whose work benefits the Greater Washington community. There, Mr. Uldricks undertook a project analyzing the declining number of car donations the D.C. area in order to provide strategic and operational guidance to his clients. As an undergraduate, Mr. Uldricks interned part-time in the Engineering Design Department at Butler International (now Butler America); in addition, he completed internships in the Blades Manufacturing Engineering Department for Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation and in the Quality Assurance Department for Honeywell International Inc. After a brief period as a Consultant for IBM Global Business Services, Nathan Uldricks joined Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., in 2008. Throughout his tenure with Booz Allen Hamilton, Mr. Uldricks has assisted top military and political leaders in federal government organizations with critical strategic, organizational, and operational issues, working in teams of 2 to 25 while leading independent work streams. Mr. Uldricks currently advises an organization within the Department of Defense, restructuring its strategic plan to pave the way for meeting future goals.