Nathan Y. Andres is a results-driven coach, author, wellbeing guru, HR leader, culture & change agent, and strategic driver in the People & Well-being space of the industries of beauty and personal care, specialty toy manufacturing, luxury retail, high fashion, and professional sports. As a seasoned HR Executive with more than 20 years’ experience, Nathan has built tremendous success in all areas of Human Resources and Well-being. He is also the author of the forthcoming book, Your REAL Life: Get Authentic, Be Resilient & Make it Count.
Currently, Nathan holds dual hats at The Body Shop International, leading Global Wellbeing and serving as the People Director for Asia-Pacific’s 22 markets. He has worked with womenswear designer Nanette Lepore, Major League Baseball, the Los Angeles Angels Baseball Club, Abercrombie & Fitch, Lane Crawford, The Marketing Store, and Lululemon. Such big brands have given him global and regional human resource and coaching experience as well as exposure to the many nuances of “lean business practice.”
Clients of “Nate” describe his coaching technique as a good balance of listening, co-creation, passion for results, and charisma to help drive personal transformation. Built on authenticity, Nate’s coaching style is warm, caring and empathetic. He has coached university students to executives. His coaching practice includes career change, life purpose, authenticity and resilience building, leadership, performance, and personal development. He has clients around the world including in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, United Kingdom, and the United States.
A believer in life-long learning, Nate holds multiple degrees from Marquette University, New York University and Middlesex University, London. He was certified a Professional and Executive Coach in since 2015.
A Columbus, Ohio native, Nathan has lived on both East & West Coast USA, Tokyo, Japan, Hong Kong and moved to Singapore in 2020. Nathan is a four-time marathon finisher and enjoys tennis, yoga, meditation and entertaining his two dogs.