Nik joined the team in 2018. After seven (7) years in the non-profit development arena for organizations such as SDSU Athletics, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the Kingdom Capital Fund; Nik has developed a passion for helping people understand what we are called to do what the resources that we have been given. Nik’s mission is to partner with people to help them accomplish the dreams and goals they have prioritized individually or as a family. A big piece to this puzzle is organizing and simplifying one’s financial life.
Nik is a native of Sioux Falls. He went to Brookings after high school to “major” in football at South Dakota State University. After his career was cut short by injuries, he shifted his focus and graduated after six years at SDSU with a double major in Business Economics and Consumer Affairs. Nik can often be hear saying, “hey, it takes a special person to cram four years into six.” Upon graduating from SDSU, he moved to Nashville, TN to pursue a Masters in Sport Administration from Belmont University where he graduated in 2011.
Nik and his wife, Stacie, met at SDSU and were married in 2009. They live in Brandon with their four kids; Ansley, Ben, Sadie and Ellie.
GET TO KNOW NIK
Favorite Book: “In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day” by Mark Batterson
Favorite Quote: “It’s what you learn after you know it all that counts”
Place you would most like to Visit: Norway… it is all about heritage
Favorite College Team: Go Jacks! Enough with all the Hawkeyes
Favorite Professional Team: Skol Vikes!
Favorite Food: Prime Rib or whatever is on my current plate.
Items on your Bucket List: Complete a triathlon, travel to Norway, go to Vikes/Packers game at Lambeau Field when it is the coldest, and see a Michigan/Ohio State game in the Big House