Nick is an Associate at Putnam Partners. He has been interested in politics academically since he first heard NPR as a kid, but it wasn’t until college that he turned interest into action, managing a state representative race in his hometown and working for former Massachusetts Senator John Kerry in Boston. Through these experiences he realized the basic units of politics are fundamentally human; people, neighborhoods, and cities.
After graduating from college, he moved to Silicon Valley to work in marketing for a mid-stage startup with the hope of learning the newest media practices and their applications. He jumped back into politics in the last few months of the 2016 presidential election, quitting his job and driving across the country in four days to join the Democratic organizing team in Pennsylvania. He has remained in politics since, working on legislation in Boston before joining Putnam Partners.
Nick attended Bowdoin College for his B.A. in Government and Legal Studies, loves to hike, watch movies, and read health care policy.