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YNPN RVA Member Highlight: Tim Nuthall, Richmond Public Schools

Each month, the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network RVA (YNPN RVA) will be sharing highlights of their members.  If you’d like to become a member of YNPN RVA for 2019, go here.

Name: Tim Nuthall

Job Title: Multimedia Design Specialist

Company: Richmond Public Schools

Why did you join YNPN RVA and when? I joined last month, after attending a few social events throughout the years. I joined to connect with others who want to make changes for the community we live in.

What is your career background?  6 years Television Production & IT Engineering. 4 years Digital Content Creation, Strategy, Design, Development, and Business Management. 15 years Photography

What are your career goals?  Have my own creative business. Use my talents to help others, share their story, and achieve their dreams.

Why do you do what you do?  I do what I do, because I want to leave people places and things better than I found them.

Favorite thing to do in Richmond?  The food and beer, isn’t that what we all are here for anyway?  Just kidding, how about exploring everything and anything this vibrant community has to offer? Yep, that’s pretty much it.

If you were to take over the YNPN RVA Instagram page for a day, what would you show us?  Hmmmm. You know what would be cool? Storytelling YNPNers in their natural habitats! Series of pictures with a write up showcasing some of us movers and shakers.

What else should we know about you?  I’m here to help. Anything you need. Just ask!

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