Sports Director, NBC Connecticut
Kevin Nathan is the Master of Ceremonies for the 2010 Promise Ball, a role he is filling for the seventh consecutive year.
As a well-known sports commentator and on-air personality in the Greater Hartford area, Kevin
emcees other JDRF events as well and does an outstanding job of spreading awareness of our cause.
Kevin is the Sports Director at NBC Connecticut.
Since joining the station in 1996, Kevin
has won four New England Emmy's and has received 23 Emmy nominations.
has been voted the Connecticut Sportscaster of the year by his
peers the last three years and four of the past five.
At NBC Connecticut
has covered several World Series, including the Red Sox first title since 1918, many of the UConn Men's and Women's Basketball National Championship teams, three Super Bowls and the 2002 olympics.
Besides filling in 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, WV, WUTR-TV, in Utica, NY, and WYVN-TV, in Martinsburg, WV.
senior year in 1989 at Dickinson College
, the Red Devils went undefeated in football for the first time in 52 years.
was named a Division III All-American safety after intercepting a school record 10 passes.
also captained the baseball team for three years.
Kevin served on the Board of Directors of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and leads the Northern CT Walk to Cure Diabetes.
also involved in a number of charity golf tournaments and fundraisers: JDRF
, The NBC Connecticut
Jim Calhoun Cancer Challenge Ride and The Cystic Fibrosis Sportscasters Superball.
wife Kristine have three children--Ryan, Brynn and Katie.