A Background in Business and Government
Born and raised in the 38th District, Nick graduated from West Mifflin Area High School as class valedictorian before attending Washington & Jefferson College, earning a B.A. in Accounting and History. Nick continued his studies at Johns Hopkins University where he received a Master’s degree in Government Analytics. Now Nick works as a certified public accountant and auditor.
As a state representative, Nick seeks to combine a lifelong interest in public policy with a strong background in economics to improve the community he has called home his entire life.
Committed to Community Service
Nick dedicates time outside of work to stay involved with his community through the West Mifflin Community Foundation and Big Brothers and Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh. As the President of the West Mifflin Community Foundation, Nick has led initiatives to provide free books to students learning to read and organize free brunch and bingo events for senior citizens. He successfully energized local and corporate donors, raising the funds to build a community dog park in West Mifflin at no cost to taxpayers. Nick has also volunteered with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh where he serves as a mentor for kids from the community.
Deep Roots in the District
Nick’s family has called the Mon Valley home since before the Civil War. His grandfather has served Mon Valley families for 45 years as a small business owner and barber at Nick’s Hair World in Dravosburg. Nick lives with his wife Molly and two rescue dogs, Rosie and Piper, on the same street that he grew up on. Nick is proud to be a resident of District 38 and honored to have the opportunity to represent his hometown in Harrisburg.