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Western Washington University (Communication)
Western Washington University (MEd)
When you give a speech it's tempting to turn into some character that really isn't you, blabber on for a while, and then proceed to have a panic attack. I'm here to tell you this doesn't have to happen. When it comes to giving a presentation the best thing you can do is just be yourself. I'm talking about the professional, genuine, credible YOU. When you're able to do this your audience is more apt to truly listen to you with an open mind. Let's get there together.
There is nothing that brings me greater joy than helping someone find their voice. After all, a world where the greatest ideas come from the greatest thinkers, not just speakers, is a better world. Let's close that gap.
While obtaining his Bachelor of Arts in Communication Nate co-founded Viking Television and built AnchorLight Productions from the ground up. With a few full-time employees and dozens of independent contractors AnchorLight produced commercials and educational videos for a wide variety of clientele.
Nate also obtained his Master of Education degree in Continuing and College Education, taught public speaking on a full-faculty hire at Western Washington University, and published communication lessons online. These ventures quickly spawned into Cicero Speech LLC, sending him all across the country with the goal of fostering better pedagogical facilitation skills within public and private organizations such as Cummins, US Army Core of Engineers, City of Houston, Atascadero State Hospital, Rockhurst University, and many more.
The culmination of these experiences led Nate to find home within the Alaska Airlines (NYSE:ALK) family where his team spearheads the delivery of training within ALK and vendor airport operations and customer service.
Nate is fascinated by the evolution of education, including primarily the new ideologies and technologies that enhance how we engage, motivate, and educate adult learners.
"Nate believes in his students, but also empowers them to believe in themselves. He has been able to make an everlasting impact on me, but also make me realize I have the ability to do the same for others. With that, I have tried to emulate his passion for helping and public speaking and reflect that in my own life. Nate is more than just an instructor and public speaker; he is a role-model, mentor, leader and friend. He has what every professional has: knowledge, experience, information...but he reaches an unrivaled level through his enthusiasm for what he does and who he helps. There is no doubt in my mind that every person who interacts with Nate will walk away confidently with a sense of growth and purpose, but more importantly with a smile on their face." When you give a speech it's tempting to turn into some character that really isn't you, blabber on for a while, and then proceed to have a panic attack. I'm here to tell you this doesn't have to happen. When it comes to giving a presentation the best thing you can do is just be yourself. I'm