Intern and Lectures Coordinator
Nathan Oppman joined the FRC staff in 2012. He developed his interest in public policy through active involvement in campaigns, caucuses, and his local church in his home state of Iowa. He received a B.A. in Political Science, an M.A. in History, and an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Bob Jones University. Before joining the team at FRC, Nathan gained business and supervisory experience while working for two years in local branch management of a national car rental company.
Nathan had the privilege of teaching History of Civilization discussion classes to several hundred undergraduate students as a graduate assistant. He has spoken to churches, conferences, and other groups regarding Christian citizenship and history, with a special focus on the Bible and public policy. He has a passion to encourage biblical thinking in our society and government.
Nathan's interests include sports, reading, hunting, volunteering at his local church where he serves as a deacon and teacher, and spending time with his wife, Joy.