Nader, Fred

Fred Nader was a long-time contributor to and supporter
of the values, principles, and practices of Organization Development
(OD). He was President Emeritus of NTL Institute (, serving
twice, between 1987-1991, and then from 2010-2012.  He was also a
founding director of The Lewin Center (, committed
to furthering the legacy of Kurt Lewin through social change and action
research. He long aligned himself with the causes of social justice and
education, working tirelessly to progress the rights of juveniles in the
justice system of New Hampshire and across the United States as
Director of Operations, Office of Juvenile Justice, U.S. Department of
Justice. In addition he was an Adjunct Professor at The American
University, Washington, DC. Mr. Nader authored and served as editor of
several publications and research papers  in the field of Applied
Behavioral Science.

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