Hailing from Lexington, Massachusetts, Nick graduated from Columbia University with a B.A. cum laude in Political Science and History. While at Columbia, he was the head of the Columbia Political Union, was a national finalist for the Marshall Scholarship, and worked for Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Following graduation, he joined the Mayor’s non-profit advocacy efforts and currently conducts policy research on reducing gun violence in the United States.
Nick has a significant amount of teaching experience having taught children from all different types of backgrounds: while in college, he taught courses on US public policy and economics to advanced high school students in Washington, D.C, and also taught music lessons to students in the New York City public school system. Before college, Nick taught trumpet and piano lessons to middle and high school students. In addition, he has scored in the highest percentiles on the SAT, GMAT, and LSAT.
Nick currently lives in Brooklyn and loves to explore different neighborhoods on his bike and listen to his extensive jazz collection.