Nathan Mech oversees the Acton Institute's Collins Center for Abrahamic Heritage, which he helped found in 2022 to advance research and education from Jewish, Christian, and Islamic perspectives on economics, liberty, and human flourishing. Nathan is responsible for diversifying Acton Institute’s religious audiences and for overseeing the vision, strategy, and execution of the Collins Center’s programs, which include international conferences, debates, publications, and global network building. He previously spent several years on Acton Institute’s executive team as the special projects manager for both of Acton’s cofounders. In this role, he created Acton Institute’s Business Matters conference, one of the organizations most popular annual events, among other accomplishments. He serves as a board member for River City Scholars Charter Academy and writes regularly on religion, philosophy, and ethics. Nathan holds a B.A. in Philosophy, Political Science, and Religion from Grove City College, a Certification in Principled Leadership and Management from Mount Marty University's Benedictine Leadership Institute, and is pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Religions of the World from Harvard Extension School.