Nathaniel Kamban serves as the Project Manager for the Africa WASH & Disabilities Study based at Messiah College. As part of his responsibilities, Nathaniel manages the day-to-day operations of the project, conducts regular field visits to project locations, manages project coordinators in West Africa and supports student teams engaged with the project. He also serves as an adjunct professor for the departments of general education and political science at Messiah College.
Prior to assuming this position, Nathaniel completed his Master’s degree at the University of Pittsburgh in the fields of International Development Planning and Environmental Sustainability. He also holds Bachelor’s degrees in French and International Studies from the University of Mount Union. Nathaniel and his wife, Amanda, come to Messiah College from New Philadelphia, Ohio. They have a daughter, Lyla, and a son, Tytus.