As the Vice President of Communications, Nathan helps clients create a well-rounded media strategy. From crisis communications to learning how to successfully interact with the press, Nathan brings his award-winning insights to deliver creative solutions tailored to each client’s needs. With over a decade of experience in large-market television news, Nathan brings inside knowledge on how to connect with reporters and assignment managers, achieve media mentions, and garner growth in reach, impressions and engagement through earned media.
Most recently Nathan held the roles of Assistant News Director at KOMO TV followed by Executive Producer of Investigations at KIRO TV in Seattle. In those roles, he managed large teams, long-term project planning, and political coverage. A creative, decisive communications and media strategist, Nathan has won four Emmy Awards and a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for his work in Broadcast Journalism. Nathan’s experiences have honed his skills in creative strategy, team leadership, long-term planning, talent coaching, writing for broadcasting and web, operations management, digital & social media.
Nathan has called Seattle home for the past 12 years. He is dedicated to community engagement volunteering with Gay City, Lifelong and the Human Rights Campaign. He holds a Bachelor’s of Performing Arts from Oklahoma City University.