Nate is a natural-born storyteller and writer. In third grade, he wrote two short stories titled “The Adventures of Taco Man” — where the heroic Taco Man defeated every 7-year-old’s worst enemy, vegetables — and printed it using his elementary school’s publishing press. So, of course, when it was time to head off to college, Nate chose to study what came naturally — journalism.
While attending Ohio State, Nate took advantage of every opportunity to pursue his passion. He worked for the student radio station and wrote for the campus paper and magazines. Post-college, he spent a year as a sports reporter and videographer in Massachusetts, but ultimately decided he wanted a career where he still got to tell meaningful stories, but in a more collaborative work environment. And so began Nate’s journey in PR.
Just like his early “Taco Man” success, Nate proved to be a natural PR pro. While at Buffalo Agency in the Washington, D.C., area, Nate landed an important feature story for a client with The Associated Press — which was syndicated to 125 news outlets across the country. Seeing a client’s placement run was as much of a rush as seeing his own pieces published.
From the moment we met Nate, we knew he’d make a great Fishie — and it honestly feels like he’s been here for years. We’re thrilled that he’s here to help us tell meaningful stories for clients like FOCUS Brands, Jack in the Box, Massage Heights, FASTSIGNS, Express Employment Professionals, and more.
When Nate isn’t busy securing the next big media hit for his clients, you’ll find him watching sports, playing golf, reading, listening to music, enjoying a nice glass of bourbon or whiskey, or hosting the podcast he and his friends created, The 0 to 100 Podcast, about the greatest athletes to wear each jersey number.