Nathan Vick, M.A.
Digital Content Manager
Department: Strategic Communications
Office: HA 110
Nathan Vick is a 2019 graduate of Asbury University. In 2015, he began working for the University’s I.T. Services department as an undergraduate student, providing support and leadership in student computer repair, digital content management, classroom technology, and live sound production. He began working with the University’s Office of Strategic Communications in 2020 as a graduate assistant. A year later, he accepted a full time position with Strategic Communications as the Digital Content Manager, tasked with managing Asbury University’s brand story across a wide range of digital platforms.
Nathan has significant communications experience as a volunteer in the nonprofit sector and has led teams ranging from the local to the national level. His multifaceted expertise encompasses nearly every aspect of media, from content management and social media to graphic design and web/app development. In addition to storytelling and problem solving, he has a keen interest in philosophy, theology, and leadership. He wrote his master’s thesis on dialogic theory, the study of how organizations can use digital platforms to ethically communicate and build relationships with members of the public. When not working, he enjoys hiking and camping, volunteering, and playing the pipe organ.
B.A. in Media Communication and Ancient Languages, Asbury University, 2019
M.A. in Digital Storytelling, Asbury University, 2021
Jones, E. B., Scheller, S. O., & Vick, N. A. (2021). #MarketingFaith: The Megachurch Pastor as Social Media Influencer. In B. Watkins (Ed.), Research perspectives on social media influencers and their followers (pp. 51–71). essay, Lexington Books.