Nathan joined the Vanier Institute full-time in 2012. He is currently responsible for publications, communications and social media. Nathan manages the Vanier Institute’s growing social media network on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, sharing information, insights and inspiration about families, family life and Vanier Institute publications and projects.
As the publications team lead, he is also responsible for coordinating, editing and writing Transition articles, as well as producing a variety of resources and publications including the Vanier Institute’s growing collection of infographics, fact sheets and Statistical Snapshots releases. Nathan has co-authored a variety of occasional publications, including Current State of Canadian Family Finances reports, as well as two family-focused contributions to the United Nations publications Deep Roots and Family Futures.
With an interest in multimedia, Nathan has managed several collaborative projects, including the 50 Years of Families in Canada, 50 Years of Women, Work and Family and 50 Years of Men, Work and Family timelines and several Vanier Institute podcasts. He also co-manages the Vanier Institute website.
Nathan is a graduate of Carleton University, where he earned a BA in political science, and he is a graduate of the Professional Writing program at Algonquin College.