Nathaniel grew up in Northern California and attended Stanford University, where he majored in philosophy and graduated Phi Beta Kappa. He earned the Mothershead Award for his undergraduate work in moral and political theory. After graduating, he worked on electoral and policy campaigns (as well as completing a short and accident-prone stint as a food runner). He is now a joint J.D. and Master’s in Public Policy student at New York University School of Law and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He serves as an online editor for the NYU Law Review and is a Florence Allen and Institute for International Law and Justice Scholar at NYU.
Nathaniel enjoys helping students with every step of applying to institutions of higher education. This includes helping students prepare for the LSAT, GRE and SAT, and working with students to uncover their unique narratives for admissions essays.
In his spare time Nathaniel enjoys gardening, playing ultimate frisbee, and perfecting his “non-rap dance party” playlist on Spotify.