Nate Morris is the founder of Morris Industries, a Lexington, Kentucky-based conglomerate that is reimagining the industrial economy. Rubicon, a software company focused on waste and recycling is the signature asset of Morris Industries. Founded with a $10,000 line of credit, Rubicon now operates in 20 countries on 5 continents, with a valuation in excess of $1 billion. The company helps Fortune 500 organizations, main street businesses, and municipalities around the world move toward zero waste. Under Morrisâs leadership as Chairman and CEO, Rubicon has been recognized as âOne of the Worldâs Most Innovative Companiesâ by Fast Company and an âIndustry Disruptorâ by Inc. Magazine. Named to Fortune Magazineâs 40 Under 40 list, he is also the youngest inductee ever to the Kentucky Entrepreneur Hall of Fame. He is a graduate from George Washington University, and a fellow to Princeton Universityâs Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Alongside his wife, Jane, Morris is a signatory of the Founders Pledge, committing to donate a percentage of his familyâs business earnings to charity through the Morris Foundation.