The road this Norwich graduate traveled to get to where he is today has taken him across the state, across the nation and abroad.
Nate Guinn spent his childhood in Norwich. He participated in various school and community events such as varsity tennis, he was the vice president of the student body and an Eagle Scout. He says he tried to stay involved in the local community as much as he could through a variety of ways.
After graduating high school in 2000, Guinn went to college in Oswego to study history. “I wanted to become a history teacher,” he said. “That only lasted about one semester.”
Once Guinn realized becoming a history teacher was not what he anticipated it would be, he began to do some public interest law work. “I thought that it was rewarding and I really liked it,” he said. He then changed his major to pre-law and took a lot of political science courses. Although he was studying law throughout his four years at Oswego, he didn’t make the final decision to go to law school until his last semester.