Nathan Estruth

Senior Advisor

Industries of Expertise: Consumer Products, Services, Health Care, Food/Beverage, Plastics, Retail, Franchising, Manufacturing, Pet Care, R&D, Media, Beauty Care, Startups
Notable Employers: Procter & Gamble

Nathan Estruth is an Advisory Board Member and Senior Advisor at ArkMalibu. He is an experienced Fortune 20 global executive and board member skilled in innovation, strategy, and culture & talent development.

For 27 years at Procter & Gamble, living in both the U.S. and China, Nathan distinguished himself as a global leader in driving business growth via technology, business model, and organizational innovation.

As a Vice-President and Officer at P&G for over 12 years, Nathan led P&G’s corporate new business development and Corporate Innovation Fund. He also served for 4+ years as President & CEO of iMFLUX Inc., a software and manufacturing start-up in injection molding and tooling for P&G. His industry experience includes consumer products, services, health care, food/beverage, plastics, laundry & dry cleaning, retail, franchising, manufacturing, pet/animal health, R&D, media, and beauty care.

In addition to his work with ArkMalibu, Nathan serves as Chairman of Genesis Software Innovations (artificial intelligence and machine learning software for medical imaging), Vice-Chairman of KPS Global (cold chain solutions for supply chains), Smart Solve (sustainable paper), D Cubed (private equity), Level 6 Cybersecurity Inc., and Genesis Innovation Group (med device and healthcare technology venture capital). He has served on the Boards of Songbird (medical device), Agile Pursuits (Tide Dry Cleaners), Navigenics (genomics), and MDVIP (health care).

Nathan has spoken at Wharton’s Executive Leadership Program, Harvard Business School’s Entrepreneurship conference, Tsinghua University (Beijing), the Center for Corporate Innovation CTO Innovation and CEO Forums, and was a keynote speaker at the 2010 World Health Care Congress.

Nathan earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science International Relations from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and spent an additional year of graduate study at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Nathan and his wife Madonna have been married for 30 years and have four adult children. Their oldest son is 25 years old and has profound cerebral palsy. They are active in their church, public policy, politics, and numerous not-for-profit and missions organizations globally.