Delib keeps on growing – both in number of customers and number of staff. The newest member of the team is Nate, joining our UK office as a consultant. As is now standard procedure, he has completed our comprehensive set of taxing questions about bands, bread and, of course, biscuits.

What’s your name and where are you from?

I’m Nate, I recently moved to Bristol from a seaside town called Bournemouth.

Favourite band and/or artist?

Difficult question as I like a lot of very different types of music!  However when I’m in the mood for some HipHop, I’d say my favourite artist would be J.Cole. I’ve been listening to his stuff since I was a kid and recently saw him in Cardiff, it was awesome.

Creature of habit or maverick thinker?

Creature of habit mostly!

You get mysteriously transported to a desert island, with only time to grab a couple of precious things to take with you. What makes the ‘keep’ list?

I’d bring Sam my room mate, we’ve only been sharing a room for about a week in a freezing cold, damp basement, which is going well so I imagine we’d enjoy being on a tropical island instead.  For the two items, I’d bring my Kindle to read all the unfinished books I’ve started and a laptop so I wouldn’t have to starve my Netflix addiction.

Biscuits – dunk or leave unsullied?

Dunk it, unless it’s an Oreo.

Before joining Delib, how did you put bread on the table?

I worked in sales for an independent estate agent in Bournemouth, with some DJ gigs on the side.

Why did you want to join Delib?

I really liked their (‘our’ now, I guess!) views on democracy and participation – how this work (hopefully!) improves communication between the public and local government. 

Any shout outs, comments or other musings?

I’m very happy to be here and excited for what’s ahead!  

Thanks Nate, we’re pleased to have you here! For more musings from Nate or to find out why he wouldn’t dunk an Oreo, catch him on Twitter.