Nash West graduated from Aquinas College with a bachelor’s in Business Administration on with a minor in Marketing in May of 2021. Following graduation, Nash would relocate to Chicago to accept a management role overseeing a mixed-use urban lifestyle living apartment company. As his knowledge in the industry grew, he was quickly promoted to Property Manager of a high-rise luxury apartment community in downtown Chicago. During his 2 years as Manager, Nash would excel as a young professional successfully meeting the industry’s hospitality and financial standards along with managing a full team of employees.
As Manager, he always knew his true mission was to help people. However, he later found a deeper interest in managing the community’s finances. Using his passions and interests as a steppingstone, Nash decided to continue growing his knowledge in finance as he accepted a career opportunity with Horizon Advisers.
In 2017, Nash was recruited onto the Aquinas College Men’s Lacrosse team where he would continue to play throughout his college career. During his interaction both on and off the field, he has realized his strengths in being both a leader and team player. Nash enjoys networking and public speaking; he hopes to utilize both skills as he grows with the Horizon Adviser team.
Nash currently resides in New Hudson, MI with his dog, Saddle. He grew up loving sports, playing football, basketball and lacrosse. His favorite sport is lacrosse, playing alongside his brother at the collegiate level. Nash believes in giving back to the game and enjoys doing this by coaching youth camps and summer leagues around the Midwest.
Nash likes to relax outside of work by spending time with his family. He is an avid outdoorsman and loves to hunt and hike. Moving back to Michigan has allowed him to be close to his favorite hobbies once again.
All obstacles in life present new opportunities. Nash believes hard work will always overcome. He likes to surround himself with hardworking, motivated individuals within a competitive environment. He embraces the “uncomfortable” as he believes these situations allow the opportunity for both personal and professional growth.