Kevin Nathan turned a passion for playing and following sports into a career as the sports director at NBC Connecticut.
Since joining the station in 1996, Kevin has won six New England Emmys and has received 25 Emmy nominations. He has been voted the Connecticut Sportscaster of the year by his peers for the last five years and six of the past seven.
At NBC Connecticut, Kevin has covered numerous World Series, including the Red Sox first title since 1918, many of the UConn men's and women's basketball national championship teams, UConn's trip to the 2011 Fiesta Bowl, four Super Bowls and the 2002 and 2012 Olympics. Besides filling in over the years as a sports anchor for WNBC in New York, Kevin also hosts "Sports Talk" on WTIC Newstalk 1080 and is part of the UConn Football Radio Network.
Before joining NBC Connecticut, Kevin worked at WSAZ-TV, in Huntington, West Virginia, WUTR-TV in Utica, New York, and WYVN-TV, in Martinsburg, West Virginia.
In his senior year in 1989 at Dickinson College, the Red Devils went undefeated in football for the first time in 52 years. Kevin was named a Division III All-American safety after intercepting a school-record 10 passes. He also captained the baseball team for three years.
Kevin is a board member for the New Britain Salvation Army. He has also served on the Board of Directors of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation and leads the Walk for the Cure. He's also involved in several charity golf tournaments and fundraisers: JDRF, The NBC Connecticut Jim Calhoun Cancer Challenge Ride and The Cystic Fibrosis Sportscasters Superball.
Kevin and his wife Kristine have three children: Ryan, Brynn and Katie.