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Nick leads the campaign consulting practice at LSA. Serving clients nationally, Nick has consulted on capital projects as large as $40 million.

Prior to consulting, Nick served as the director of advancement at Damar Services, where he led the largest campaign in Damar’s 40-year history and secured a $3.25M gift; the largest gift ever committed to Damar. As a registered lobbyist, Nick led Damar’s governmental affairs initiatives at both the state and federal level.

Prior to his role at Damar, Nick served then-Governor of Indiana, Frank O’Bannon in his constituent correspondence office.  He also served as the first Indiana state director for Best Buddies, where he secured state line item funding from the Indiana Department of Education and Family & Social Services Administration and testified to Indiana State Legislative Commissions on disability issues.

Nick is a past Chairman of the Perry Township Education Foundation, a former member of the Autism Society of Indiana board and is a longtime volunteer for the United Way of Central Indiana. A native Hoosier, Nick holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in public affairs from Indiana University and has earned the CFRE professional designation.