Nathan Bohlmann is the Director of Operational Effectiveness at the Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM). In this capacity, he oversees the school's efforts in operational process improvement and project management, focused on increasing value added by operational resources and services that support the school's mission. He leads various continuous improvement initiatives across the school and provides expertise on Lean Six Sigma methodology, problem solving tools, techniques, coaching and training for the school and the university. Prior to this role, Bohlmann served as the Director of Business Intelligence and Operational Performance, directing the BI strategy for administrative and educational data, for the School of Medicine. Bohlmann has served the higher education community for over 30 years in multiple capacities. Prior to joining IUSM in 2013, he was the Executive Director, IT Sponsored Research Services and IT Performance at Clemson University from 2007-2013. Within the information technology organization, he facilitated IT's engagement in sponsored research, directed the unit's research administration efforts, and served as co-investigator on various computing and IT oriented federal awards. He also directed the IT organization's strategic planning and performance assessment efforts. Prior to Clemson, Bohlmann spent several years at Purdue University beginning in 1990, in a variety of roles in Information Technology, Sponsored Program Services, the Purdue Graduate School, the Office of the Vice President for Research, and Institutional Research. Bohlmann is a Board member for the Network for Change and Continuous Innovation, serves on the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Group on Business Affairs Professional Development Committee, and chairs the IUSM Staff Affinity Group Council. He also in a mentor within AAMC and IU programs.