A lifelong Washington Countian, Nick served in the non-profit sector, providing vital services the community through court diversionary programs designed to restore families and protect the community.
He worked with the courts to direct qualified referrals to treatment plans that cover a range of issues: domestic violence intervention, opioid addiction, underage drinking, retail theft, anger management and online bullying.
Nick grew up in Union Township and after high school worked for his father’s construction company while also attending Clarion University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in political science. Shortly after graduation, he moved to North Strabane, where he now lives with his wife, Heather, and their two children, daughter, Hadley and son, Maxwell.
In his professional career, Nick worked for then-Pennsylvania Attorney General Mike Fisher, State Rep. Mark Mustio, and as field director in the former 18th Congressional District office for Tim Murphy.
He belongs to Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Peters, Masonic Lodge 164 of Washington, and the Syria Shrine in Pittsburgh.