Nick Hall

Champion for Premature Babies and Their Families

Nick Hall has been known to live in the clouds. A dreamer by nature, he loves to swing for the fences and even more, help others discover and pursue their dreams. On Thanksgiving Day 2006 Nick's world came crashing to the ground. His wife, Jennifer, was in her fifth month of pregnancy with their twins when an emergency delivery was the only way to save her and give their babies a chance to survive. Weighing less than two pounds, Reece and Graham, faced an uphill battle for life. Sadly after 45 days Nick and Jennifer had to say goodbye to Graham. After four long months they were finally able to bring Reece home. Nick was committed to finding the silver lining in an otherwise stormy and overwhelming experience. In 2009 he founded Graham's Foundation and has developed partnerships with world class brands like Pampers, Abbott, American Greetings and Dr. Brown's that has delivered over 30,000 care packages to the parents of premature babies all over the world. Today, in addition to serving as President of Graham's Foundation, Nick is a Global Alliance Director at Accenture. Previously, Nick was a Sales Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers and President of the Silicon Valley Association of Startup Entrepreneurs. Nick was born and raised in Fremont, Ohio and graduated from Indiana University with a BS in Accounting. He spent the majority of his adult life enjoying a number of perspectives while living in the suburbs of New York and San Francisco to the beaches of Los Angeles. He currently resides close to where it all began in Perrysburg, Ohio with his wife, Jennifer, daughter Reece, and pooch, Beignet.

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