Over the last 5+ years, Nat has had a number of roles at Logical Media Group including: Apprentice, Paid Coordinator, Paid Strategist, Paid Team Lead, and Paid Team Manager. His leadership, his role, and his agency-wide contributions continue to evolve as he now oversees the eCommerce Team and their efforts. Nat has many talents and many stories—he even studied abroad in Oxford where one of his tutors was the great-great-great-etc grandson of William Wordsworth! Now, we invite you to learn more about Nat and what he’s up to, both inside and outside the walls of Logical.

First and Last Name: Nathaniel Almirall

Nickname (office nickname) or name you go by: Nat

Position Title: eCommerce Team Manager

What do you do at Logical? (What are your responsibilities, day to day, types of accounts, etc): Oversee the eCommerce Team, develop marketplace strategies, and oversee all marketplace advertising.

How long have you been here?: 5 years, 10 months

What Logical value resonates most with you and why (Uplift, Commit, Teach, Be, Test, Communicate): Test — Logical has always encouraged and supported testing be it with different digital platforms, billing structures, team compositions, etc., and the eComm Channel is a result of many of those tests.

Where is your hometown?: Hemlock, Michigan

Education: Hampden-Sydney College, BA; Kellstadt School of Business, MBA.

What are you most proud of accomplishing in your time here?: Creating the eCommerce Channel and hiring a number of excellent people.

Do you have any pets? If so, what kind and how many?: One psychopathic cat and two children.

What can you be found doing outside of work hours?: Running, drawing, and watching films.

Favorite Chicago Bar / Restaurant: Tango Sur

Book(s) you are currently reading or types of books you like to read: Murder Must Advertise by Dorothy L. Sayers

A quote you like to live by; life mantra: The Pareto principle

Favorite Sports Team: Akron Rubber Ducks — hands down the most fascinating logo of any sports team.

Favorite Movie: Anatomy of a Murder, with Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The Hustler, and Day of the Jackal close behind.

What’s something most people don’t know about you? I met the man who dropped the atomic bomb.

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