Nathaniel Glassman

Account Manager

Nathaniel leverages his natural problem-solving, strategic thinking and strong writing skills to support a variety of accounts across Kaiser & Partners’ various practice groups, including clients such as Canadian Payroll Association, SecureKey, Numinus and ORSIC.

Prior to joining K&P, Nathaniel worked on a powerful student campaign with the City of Toronto. The campaign, COVID Conversations, was focused on flipping the narrative about party-going Millennials and Gen Z in the GTA, while developing curated COVID-19 safety messaging rooted in empathy. The five-day campaign featured podcasts in which young people from the GTA shared unique and difficult experiences of struggling with mental health, finances and safety-snubbing roommates throughout the pandemic. Nathaniel successfully secured a segment on CBC’s Metro Morning and represented the campaign as a spokesperson, and the campaign received a silver 2021 CPRS Toronto Student Public Relations Campaign or Event of the Year Award in the Executed category.

Before entering the world of professional communications, Nathaniel taught English in Tokyo, Japan. There he learned to speak, read and write basic Japanese. His experience in Tokyo also taught him to be adaptable in unfamiliar situations – a critical skill in today’s ever-changing landscape.

Nathaniel holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Composition from Concordia University and graduated from the public relations and corporate communications post-graduate certificate program at Centennial College, where he received the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence.

Work superpower: “Asking the right amount of questions?”

Non-work superpower: “Karaoke behemoth.”