Our Executive Director

Nathan DuPree

Nathan is the executive director for the Reno Police Department’s 360 Blueprint program which is a collaboration of the local law enforcement agencies RPD, SPD, other law enforcement agencies involved are WCSO, DA's office, Reno Marshals, the Washoe County School District and local community which include corporations and business, non-profits, the University of Nevada, faith-based organizations, churches, etc.  Nathan grew up in Vance South Carolina and graduated from Wooster High School in Reno in 1989.

A motivated, skilled and passionate local community person with involvement in many different fields in the community. Presently retired from 13.5 years of service with Washoe County Juvenile Services. Nathan was a local High School football talent that played at Wooster High School, Bakersfield College and San Jose State University. Nathan enjoyed all of the benefits of playing football, which he believes give shim many of the passions he has today.

Nathan being passionate about people and kids

motivated his passion to develop different activities in the community and collaborations that would have a last impact on his community. Developing a sense of community is a focus and strength. Nathan speaks as a guest speaker at schools, community events, youth events, county events, and being a part of the local clergy has expanded that list. Nathan is able to develop a sense of engagement and attention by his passion for whatever he is doing. Nathan is poised and competent with demonstrated ability to easily transcend cultural differences. Nathan has a keen sense of knowledge and understanding of how to keep separated the various topics of interest from each environment approached.

Currently, Nathan serves on several boards

and he participates in several high functioning community endeavors. Nathan sits on the City of Reno's Sustainability & Climate Advisory Committee and Reno-Sparks Gospel Mission board which serves our community in several different ways including serving woman and children who are homeless, families that need food and clothes, and offers a 13 month drug rehabilitating residential program. Nathan also sits on the Sierra Nevada Teen Ranch board which is an organization building a ranch on 30 acres of land for kids who need separation from home life and urban life. This program uses the ranch-style setting as therapy in restoring kids to their normal settings in life.  

Nathan has been married to Denise for over 19 years. They have four adult children and 7 grandchildren.