At 25, Nate was homeless, living in his car, addicted to drugs. At 27, a poem about a Barbie doll changed his life. At 32, he graduated from Columbia University with a degree in English Literature.
Being raised by women and struggling much of his life to identify with his own gender, Nate has a unique perspective on what masculinity means to him. Fueled by his commitment to empowering millennials, Nate speaks with utter honesty on topics like mental health and self-care by redefining what it means to live a positive and fulfilling life.