Nathan Lutz is the Global Learning Coordinator and Primary School French Teacher at Kent Place School, an independent school for girls in northern New Jersey. Nathan is also the World Languages Teaching Community Leader for Teach for America. In addition to his service to FLENJ as Vice President of Programs and Social Media Coordinator, Nathan is also currently the President of the National Network for Early Language Learning (NNELL), the Vice Chair of the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (NECTFL), and a Past President of Language Educators of Central New York (LECNY). Nathan is a 2007 NYSAFLT Leaders of Tomorrow fellow, a 2012 UPenn STARTALK Excellence in Leadership fellow, and a 2014 NECTFL Mead Scholar. Nathan is a frequent conference presenter in addition to a consultant and writer for various language programs, such as Early Advantage, Little Pim, and Global Language Project.