Whenever there is talk about faith or the right to life, chances are Nick Kheriaty is either giving the talk or he’s nearby.
At Vianney, Nick is part of the Campus Ministry team. He helps organize Vianney’s National March for Life trip to Washington, DC, as well as peaceful prayer vigils in front of abortion clinics.
Nick is a native of Washington state who ended up in the Midwest to attend the University of Notre Dame. He graduated with a Bachelors of Science, and earned his Masters Degree from Grand Canyon University.
Nick is also a stellar ping pong player, and can be seen in the Commons often answering students’ challenges.
He and his wife, Sarah, have four small children - Jacob (7), Daniel (5), Joseph (3) and Claire (1).
1. WHAT IS ONE THING YOU WISH PEOPLE KNEW ABOUT YOU BUT DON’T?
I carry a long board (a skateboard that looks like a surf board) in my car at all times.
2. WHAT IS THE MOST DARING THING YOU’VE EVER DONE?
Asking my wife Sarah to marry me.
3. WHO IN HISTORY FASCINATES YOU AND WHY?
I have read/watched everything I can get my hands on about JFK. I think it is fascinating that he did a lot of things wrong, but he also may have saved the world from nuclear annihilation.
4. WHAT MOVIE OR BOOK HAS BEEN INSPIRATIONAL TO YOU?
“Tattoos on the Heart” -Fr. Greg Boyle
5. IF YOU COULD TRAVEL ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD WHERE WOULD YOU GO?
I would travel to my buddy Scott’s house in Bellingham, WA to play jetski frisbee with him.