A certified public accountant, Nathaniel Goldman received his B.S. in accounting at Oglethorpe University, where he served as the student body president from 2009 to 2011.
Since graduating, Goldman has been active in leadership roles across Jewish Atlanta. He has been a member of the Black-Jewish Coalition since 2013, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival film evaluation and speaker committees since 2015, and the LEAD Atlanta Class of 2016. He is serving a two-year term as a board co-chair of the American Jewish Committee ACCESS young leadership division in Atlanta.
Nathaniel is the founder and principal of the Business Leaders Development Fellowship and Mentoring Program at Oglethorpe, which offers support and one-on-one mentoring for undergraduates. In 2015, Goldman was awarded the Oglethorpe University Alumni of the Year award, and in 2016 he was named to the CPA Practice Advisor 40 Under 40 Future Leaders of Profession list.
“Now is a great time to be a young Jewish professional in Atlanta,” he said. “Atlanta’s Jewish organizations are welcoming us with open arms and encouraging us to take leadership roles in the community. Any young professional will be able to find a place here.”