Randy Nathan

President/CEO of Project NextGen

Trainer - New York City

Sports: Baseball, Softball

Randy Nathan is the President/CEO of Project NextGen and known nationally as an edutainer. Coach Randy is the author of Bullying in Sports: The Injuries We Don't See and Feathers are Everywhere. He earned his BA from the University of Colorado in Sociology and Education, an MA in Executive Non-Profit Management from Hebrew Union College and an MSW from the University of Southern California. He is an adjunct professor at Union County College, on faculty with the Rutgers University School of Social Work, and the past mental training/life coach for the University of Rutgers-Newark baseball team. Coach Randy co-hosts Bad to the Dad Podcast and has spent over twenty years inspiring and motivating individuals to achieve their personal goals and dreams while teaching them valuable strategies to overcome the obstacles and challenges they encounter. Coach Randy has presented at Fortune 500 companies, school districts, national sports associations, camps, teams, as well as state and federal government agencies. He is a frequent visitor on the NFL Network, NJ12, Fox News, RNN, NBC News, CBS News and is the New York area anti-bullying expert for CBS News, Fox 5's News and Good Day NY. Most importantly he is married to Jessa, a first grade teacher and the father of four amazing children Jessica, Alex, Mikayla and Brianna.

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