Nathan has been a PCS faculty member since 2022. He was born and raised in the town of Pullman, and attended PCS as a student from kindergarten all the way through 12th grade. After graduating, he went on to WSU where he graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering. After college, he and his wife, Miranda, served together on the mission field in Kosovo for many years. While in Kosovo he worked at a makerspace, a technical institute, for several years. At the makerspace he taught and mentored high school students through S.T.E.M. projects related to building electric vehicles, 3D modeling, and even woodshop. Nathan and Miranda now live in Pullman along with their four young daughters. Nathan loves working at PCS where he is able to teach holistically and discuss all areas of our spiritual and emotional development in the light of God’s Word and the coursework. He also appreciates the family environment at PCS, where no one is treated like a stranger and each student is encouraged to grow in the ways that God has gifted them, while still upholding quality academic growth toward adulthood. When not in the classroom, Nathan loves playing and writing music, being outdoors, and experiencing new cultures with his wife and kids.