Tag: Nathan Reagan
Its been a crazy past three years. In PR you often feel you don’t have a lot to show for your work. Much of what we do is strategy and writing which at the end of the day doesn’t add up to a pretty portfolio of visually stimulating work. Haha. Before leaving WCG I was nominated for a PR News award. Simply being nominated was exciting, and although I was hopeful I was still extremely shocked and humbled when I found out that I would be receiving the award. Most of you have asked a slew of questions about what I do, but as your eyes glaze over I realize that healthcare communications simply doesn’t entertain the average person. But below is a brief description that may give you a little insight into the work that consumed my life for the past few years. Thank you to all the colleagues, friends and family that have made this possible.
PR New 15 to Watch – Social Media Associate, WCG Company
A well-rounded practitioner and the embodiment of both modern and future communications practices, Nathaniel Reagan has quickly become a leading social media strategist in the healthcare industry. Over the past 12 months, he counseled senior client contacts along the path to their first social media engagements, including the launch of nine branded social media sites across four healthcare companies, all of which were firsts for the client.
He currently leads social media accounts for some of WCG’s largest healthcare clients, including Pfizer and Genomic Health. In 2011, he will be responsible for the strategy in over $3 million of plans slated for implementation. —BM
So yesterday with the help of my friend Christopher I moved my suitcases, a few boxes and bike to my new apartment in Williams Brooklyn. I have two new rockin amazing roomates that I am sure I will blog about in the new future. As usual I am living out of my suitcases but I hope to by my first NYC furniture this week.
The pic is me outside my old apartment door on 116th and 1st ave.
–Downtown 4 Train–
We had a Cinco De Mayo party at work yesterday. I was expecting all of the tamales to have meat so you can imagine how stoked I was when Jon said there was vegetable ones.
–11:13pm Downtown 6 Train–
The weather this weekend was amazing! And thus habitual weekend group meet ups in Sheeps Meadow have begun. The meadow was full of people camped out with blankets and picnic lunches. Frisbees, headstands, kids chasing balls, and shirtless old men were EVERYWHERE.
I had planned on bringing my 1970’s English racing bike out to NYC with me but the logistics of traveling with it became to overwhelming. So for the past few weeks I have been browsing craigslist. Today I met a guy from Jersey in the East Village to take a look at a 1980’s Schwinn. It was a little more than I wanted to pay, but well worth the two hundred bucks. Now the plan is to find a bike for Darren so we can go riding in Central Park when the weathers good. I am stoked! It will be so nice to have a bike again. I am a little nervous about riding in the mayhem of NYC traffic, but hopefully I figure out the streets more bike friendly.
I have had a blog for years and yet failed to keep it updated… So here’s the new plan. Everyday I spend close to an hour beneath the streets of NYC. so now that I have an iPhone this is how I will blog. This will also help me condense my thoughts down to their minimum as typing on an iPhone is still not that easy.
This will be an online journal. And knowing me it will likely be about: vegetarianism, Mormonism, exploring NYC, and my realationship with Darren.
So the goal will be to write all the entries on my iPhone, and take all the pictures I use on my blog from here as well.