Nathan Jae-Sun Large

Program Operations Manager, Performing Arts

Nathan Jae-Sun Large is Program Operations Manager for Performing Arts. In addition to serving as a field-facing grantmaker, he leads the development and execution of the program’s full-portfolio grantmaking practice through an increasingly embedded approach that integrates strategy, operations design, program implementation, and strategic learning and evaluation.

Earlier in his career, Nathan held other grantmaking roles at the Hewlett Foundation and The Shubert Foundation. In these positions, he played an integral part making over 2,000 grants totaling over $150 million to support the performing arts across the United States. While at The Shubert Foundation (the nation’s largest private foundation dedicated to unrestricted funding for American theatre and dance), he also performed select duties for The Shubert Organization (Broadway’s largest theatre owner and operator), including the development of training programs for staff and the creation of arts administration career pipelines for communities throughout New York.

Nathan holds a Master of Arts in performance studies from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he was a departmental fellow. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in theater and performance studies from Stanford University, where he was awarded the Robert M Golden Medal for Excellence in the Humanities and Creative Arts and was a Hume Honors Fellow at the Stanford Humanities Center. He is credentialed by the Corporate Finance Institute as a Financial Modeling and Valuation Analyst and  holds a variety of certificates and high honors from Harvard Business School and the Wharton School.

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