As an Associate at TEECOM, Nathan manages projects ranging from corporate offices, laboratories, data centers, and higher education, to military facilities. Nathan started his career as an apprentice electrician and moved over to low-voltage wires and systems before discovering the design aspects of telecom. Nathan appreciates projects that present a unique challenge, as he continuously aims to discover effective solutions for the problems his clients face daily. Nathan enjoys designing the nitty gritty details and putting the pieces together. He takes pride in the process of watching his ideas come to fruition.
Drifting on Dirt
Nathan’s love for two-wheelers started with BMX bikes in his younger days and progressed into something that ran on a motor. Once he was old enough to purchase his own dirt bike, Nathan bought a Yamaha YZ250. He now rides a CRF 450, which he takes out to Ocotillo Wells and other local tracks in San Diego County. An added bonus to riding on dirt is that he can drift without worrying about traffic regulations.
Nathan spends most of his time being active with his kids. Whether it’s horseback riding or swimming, he gets the whole family on deck and ready to participate. With their house on a golf course, Nathan’s family enjoys warm summer nights outside by the pool as Nathan barbecues a mean tri-tip with chimichurri, an Argentinian uncooked sauce with chopped parsley, olive oil, oregano, and minced garlic. Nathan says the vinegar you use makes a big difference in the overall taste.
He’s a Natural
Although Nathan played baseball in high school, he made the jump to golf when his coach advised his team that golf had more of a future: in the business world. He’s a natural at the sport and enjoys the accomplishment of hitting his target on the course. While in high school, Nathan worked on a golf course and gradually became better as he practiced in his free time. “It’s an extremely difficult sport,” he says. “No matter what you do, you’ll never perfect it. It’s a nice sport to play outside and enjoy the scenery though.”