Experience and Background

Nathan Mobley, III

Andover Partners, LLC
Founder & President, January 2002 thru Present

Assist Clients with the implementation of their Strategy and/or execution of their Business Operating Plan(s). Primary focus areas are: Perceptions Management, Effective Communication, Organizational Effectiveness, Applied Leadership and The Operational Art. Additional focus areas are: Operational Management, Senior Leadership Development and Logistics Execution. Every Engagement with Client firms is “bottom line” results oriented and designed to help our Clients to benefit immediately from working with us.

Major Benefits delivered to Clients include:
 Development of the operational structures and reorganization of the sales models required to maximize Client profitability and also deliver optimal performance.
 Analyze, plan and implement reorganization strategies that help CEO & senior management teams maximize Shareholder Value and achieve financial goals within the “real world” constraints they currently face.
 Build teamwork and leadership abilities in CEOs and their senior executives to improve bottom line results.
 Hands on, custom built Engagements where we work one-on-one and in small groups to deliver measurable Bottom Line results.
 Client Management: have developed a proprietary methodology for all Strategic Account Management (SAM) functions, which results in significant additional Revenue Generation.
 Client Acquisition: have designed a proprietary Business Development (BD) process that significantly increases “hit rates.”

Past & Present Clients include: American Express Technologies, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, DZ Bank, IBM, Jefferies International, Merrill Lynch, MJLF, Morgan Stanley, Overseas Shipping Group, Sears Holdings, Sherman & Sterling, Simmons & Simmons, American Bureau of Shipping and HSH Nordbank in addition to other Mid and Small Cap firms throughout the U.S., EU and Asia

Mobley Associates, Inc.
Vice President, July 1998 thru December 2001
Provided Management Consulting to Fortune 500 companies in the following areas:
Created programs that enabled CEOs and their teams to be more effective at cross selling within their own organization, thereby maximizing each individual’s potential within the company.
Developed unique and proprietary methods for the building of internal and external Communications with Client firms, which resulted in significantly improved coordination and performance of business unit requirements.

United States Army Reserve (Active component)
Combat Service Support Commander, September 1987 thru March 2002
Highest Rank Attained- Major

Served in the following capacities:
September 1987 thru March 2002
 Officer in Charge of multiple (and sometimes classified) Combat Service Support Teams in multiple theatres of operations.
 Nuclear, Biological and Chemical warfare officer assigned to classified wartime planning.
 Planning, preparation and execution of logistical support packages (which were sometimes classified) for DEA, ATF and Border Patrol Interdiction & Area Denial operations involving Hazardous Duty.
Desert Shield / Desert Storm-
August 1990 thru June 1991
 Commander of one of two Combat Service Support units for in the U.S. Army Reserve inventory secretly activated in August 1990. Served in Tooele Army Depot, UT; Sacramento Army Depot, CA; Kuwait Theatre of Operations; Iraq.

 Organization and operational utilization of $1.2 billion in classified spare parts.

 Daily management and control of training for over 250 soldiers (including 58 females) involved in 15 separate skill areas ranging from electronics to biological hazard detection.
Other Responsibilities included-
 Combat support development officer for Force XXI, which is the basis for Army operations in the twenty-first century: many of the concepts developed under Force XXI are currently being used in Iraq and in Afghanistan, including many of the “Asymmetric Warfare” platforms.

 Significant time and resources spent assisting in the planning, developing and implementation of logistical support for both Domestic and International Anti-Terrorist/Counter-Terrorist operations.

 My experience in Combat Logistics and Nuclear, Biological and Chemical warfare is currently utilized by active duty senior officers as a planning base for future operations.
United States Army- Regular Army Commission
Combat Service Support Commander, May 1983 thru August 1987
Served in the following capacities:
 Logistics Officer assigned to the 7th Infantry Division (Light): served multiple (and sometimes classified) tours in Central America, South America, Korea, Sinai Peninsula and Egypt.
 Officer in Charge, 9th Infantry Regiment’s (Manchu’s) Combat Logistics Unit: served multiple (and sometimes classified) tours in Central & South America
 First Ordnance Officer in U.S. Army history to be embedded into a Combat Arms unit.
Other Experience
 Competed in the Olympics Trials for Freestyle Wrestling 1984 & 1988

 Head Coach Wrestling Team (Club) – University of Southern California 1987 & 1988
 Meritorious Service Medal for Combat Service Support under extremely hazardous conditions.
 Army Commendation Medals for superior performance in support of combat operations and deployments.
 Army Achievement Medals for superior performance of duty in highly complex logistical operations, many of which involved Combined, or Foreign operations.
 1983 Cadet of the Year: Daughters of the American Revolution

Command and General Staff College
Graduated, 1992
University of Southern California
MBA, Entrepreneurialism & Marketing, 1989
Claremont McKenna College
BA, History & Political Science, 1983
Phillips Academy- Andover
Graduated, 1979


© 2014 Andover Partners, LLC. All rights reserved.