Nick was born and raised in and around Rochester. He attended Lourdes High School before studying in Chicago at the Illinois Institute for Technology. There he earned a BS in Computer Information System with a minor in Entrepreneurship.
After college, Nick chose to move back to Rochester and work at IBM. After 5 years of working in emerging technology, he left IBM to join the technology startup DoApp, Inc. which is headquartered in Rochester. In 2016, DoApp, Inc. was acquired by Newscycle Solutions of Bloomington, MN where Nick is employed as the Director of Mobile Strategy.
Throughout this time, Nick has been a volunteer throughout the community. Through the United Way of Olmsted County, Nick helped found the Emerging Leaders in Giving program which helped connect area young professionals to the community through volunteer opportunities. The group has engaged hundreds of young professionals with local volunteer programs such as PossAbilities, ABC and Gift of Life Transplant House.
Nick was also appointed to Rochester's Planning and Zoning Commission in 2008. He has been an outspoken advocate of simplification of the development process and an opponent of planning through variances. Nick served as the chair of this commission as well as its liaison member to the Board of Appeals.
Nick is married to Megan Campion (Roberts), another Rochester native. They have two sons.