Bob J. Nash
Bob J. Nash has more than 30 years of progressive executive level experience in the areas of public and private management, development, finance, economic development policy, human resources and diversity recruitment.
Bob has served as senior economic advisor to Governor Bill Clinton, President of the Arkansas Development Finance Authority, and vice president of the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation. He also served as Undersecretary for Rural Development at the U.S. Department of Agriculture where he was responsible for managing an $8 billion rural development program with offices in every state. His focus was on housing, business, community development, and energy distribution and production. Bob also served in the Clinton White House as Assistant to the President and Director of Presidential Personnel. In these roles, he led efforts to recruit and place political appointees which resulted in the most diverse government in U.S. history.