Bellatorra Skin Care CEO
Born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas, Bellatorra CEO Nathan Halsey is a 1994 graduate of Mary Carroll High School and Texas A&M University where he obtained a Bachelor in Business Arts in Finance in 1998.
After graduating Texas A&M, Nathan embarked on his journey at Ericsson, a subsidiary of Telefonakietbolaget LM, a global telecommunications provider. While at Ericsson, Nathan was a part of the Executive Management Training Program. He later graduated Ericsson’s Executive Leadership Program and ventured into a management and Consulting position with Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, once known as Ernst & Young LLP. With the task of growing top sales lines for the Customer Relations Management sector, Nathan led the Telecommunications and Technology group inside of the business.
A passionate entreprenuer, Nathan Halsey eventually founded a boutique investment company in 2003. Located in Dallas, Texas, Nathan’s firm oversaw the investment and management of million dollar projects in real estate, energy, and emerging businesses. In 2009, Nathan narrowed his scope and formed an international skin care manufacturing company. The company had a strong focus on R&D and the development of luxury skin care products. The products were primarily manufactured in the United States and sold throughout Southeast Asia.
In 2013, Nathan discovered an advanced technology in skin care development. He isolate this technology and utilized it as the basis for launching Bellatorra Skin Care. Serving as the CEO of Bellatorra Skin Care, Nathan Halsey manages the day-to-day operations of the business and is responsible for implementing Bellatorra’s long and short-term goals.
A father of 3 and husband of 10 years, Nathan is married to Kristin; the couple has three children, Jensen, 8, Hudson, 7, and Preston, 5. Mr. & Mrs. Halsey together, are the founders of Beyond Me, an organization that focuses on children in need, and non-profits around the globe. Outside of his multi-faceted experience as a family man and CEO, Nathan enjoys exotic cars, cross-training, and world travel. He is also the President of the Dallas Police Association, the only non-profit that supports the Dallas Police Department.