Nolan Katcher

Nolan Katcher


  • Teaching Fellow
  • Residential Advisor


  • U.S. History


  • American University

Nolan Katcher is a U.S. History Teaching Fellow and residential advisor at SEGL in London. He recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from American University with a degree in Legal Studies. At American, Nolan was captain of the ultimate frisbee team and hosted a weekly show on the school’s radio station. He also worked for the constituent services office for the City Council of Washington, DC, and supported several political campaigns for local politicians. Nolan spends his summers working at Camp Pemigewassett, an overnight camp for boys in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, where he is a cabin counselor and divisional head. Recently, Nolan worked as an English teacher at the Nofim school, a public primary school in Tel Aviv. Nolan enjoys playing ultimate frisbee, reading non-fiction, playing piano, hiking, and has a passion for the band Phish, which he has seen 12 times in concert.