Nate Olson is the founder of VOYAGE. A senior majoring in Government and Economics at
Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, Nate is the author of many published articles on policymaking and
foreign affairs. In London during the spring of 2003 he completed an intensive study of youth engagement
with international issues, focusing particularly on the rise of American neoconservatism.
Nate enjoys playing the cello and is an avid Atlanta Braves fan. His mother might be the
biggest Harry Potter enthusiast the world will ever know.
In 2002 Nate worked at The Carter Center in Atlanta, supporting President Carter and program
staff on initiatives for Israel-Palestine, Nepal, and Kashmir. His earlier experience with foreign affairs includes
positions with Senators Tom Daschle and Wendell Ford.
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VOYAGE Issues Report on Ethiopia Visit
Olson Points to "Peril, Potential, and a Path Forward"
VOYAGE founder Nate Olson today issued a report on his visit to Ethiopia, where he met with government
officials and members of a U.S. Congressional delegation. The trip is the first installment in
the VOYAGE "Citizenship Goes Global" world tour. continue
Download complete report here.
voyage members speak out on "superpower"
Duo Challenges Americans to Match Might with Compassion
Highlighting the work of fellow VOYAGE member Rye Barcott in
Little and Nate Olson
write in a recent op-ed piece that "America can be strong and
principled at the same time." "Investing our good fortune in
the futures of others," they continue, "won't diminish our resolve
when the time comes to fight." continue