Nat M. Esparza (they/them) is a dedicated wordsmith serving as the communications officer at the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) at Georgia Tech.
In their role at ISyE, Nat brings a unique perspective to the world of engineering communication, artfully turning ink into impact by aligning their passion for writing with the precision and innovation synonymous with the field. Transitioning from their previous position as the internal and student communications manager at Kennesaw State University, where they orchestrated internal communications for a diverse audience of 43,000 students and 5,000 faculty/staff, Nat now focuses on crafting narratives that resonate with the dynamic and ever-evolving landscape of industrial and systems engineering.
Dubbed "Senorita Pregunta" in their formative years, Nat's relentless curiosity fuels their commitment to continuous learning and the cultivation of creativity. Their professional journey spans a variety of projects, from spearheading statewide communications strategies targeting legislative, business, and public audiences to creating compelling social media graphics and videos.
Among their notable accomplishments is being recognized as one of the youngest participants in Seth Godin's altMBA, an exclusive program typically reserved for top-level executives. The connections forged during this transformative experience stand as enduring mentors, contributing to Nat's multifaceted approach to communication and their mission of turning ink into impact.
Now, at ISyE, Nat seamlessly integrates creativity, strategic thinking, and exceptional communication skills to position the school as an industry leader. Their mission is to perpetuate ISyE's prominence by consistently attracting top talent and fostering enduring partnerships. As a writer for engineers, Nat bridges the gap between technical precision and compelling storytelling, ensuring that ISyE's impact extends beyond innovation to resonating with a broader audience, ultimately turning words into meaningful change.