Nathan Appleton

Nathan Appleton


Nathan Appleton is a director in West Monroe Partners’ Security & Infrastructure practice, based in Seattle, Washington. He has nearly 20 years of experience partnering with organizations to transform operations and deliver business goals through the application of technology solutions.

Nathan Appleton is a respected technology leader with an accomplished track record for driving successful projects and achieving results in large-scale enterprises.

A strong communicator, collaborator, and team builder, Nathan helps clients translate business goals into innovative technology strategies and then execute flawlessly to deliver desired business outcomes. His professional experience has fostered a unique blend of business savvy and deep technical expertise that enables him to bridge traditional organizational silos to keep programs focused on vision and results.

Over the course of his career, Nathan has gained extensive experience in a wide array of technology disciplines and solutions, from data centers and converged infrastructures, virtualization, and security, to enterprise productivity, content management, and online collaboration tools. He is also adept at building high-performing technology service organizations.

Nathan joined West Monroe Partners from Denali Advanced Integration in Redmond, Washington, for which he held several vice president roles. Among other responsibilities, he led a business unit responsible for developing and delivering an innovative data center product, as well as the firm’s Infrastructure Services organization and its teams of system engineers and solution architects serving clients across an array of markets and solutions.

Previously Nathan was a vice president of intranet platform integration for JP Morgan Chase in Seattle and in a similar role with Washington Mutual Bank.

Nathan earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with an International Business concentration and Economics minor from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington.