Nicholas Graham is passionate about building and sustaining communities. He attended Dartmouth College from 2012 to 2015, where he received a Master’s degree in Cultural Studies.
During his time at Dartmouth, he served as Communications Coordinator for the Office of Graduate Studies and performed in music ensembles and competitions on campus, earning Grand Prize in the 2014 and 2015 Culley Concerto Competition. Nicholas wrote his thesis on the adaptation of instrumental performers to advancements in digital technology.
After studying the economic potential of technology for communities and organizations, Nicholas launched a consulting business providing marketing strategy and solutions to tech startups and non-profits. His work led him to San Francisco, where he currently serves as Marketing and Event Manager for Honor, a comprehensive home care solution connecting older adults to professional caregivers.
Outside his work in the tech industry, Nicholas is currently focusing on utilizing his interests in business and technology to help arts organizations make an impact, and seeks to work with organizations to equip diverse communities with the financial literacy and technology skills needed to succeed in entrepreneurship.