Nitish Narala

Technical Director

A dedicated web developer focused on excelling his clients in the digital space 

Nitish Narala joined the KPS3 crew in 2020 as one of our technical directors, offering extensive knowledge across a multitude of different web technologies, supporting our team through coaching and empowerment, and instilling a love of solving problems in us all. 

A lover of technology, learning, music, and creative, Nitish fits right in when it comes to working in a fast-paced, team environment. Flexible (seriously, he does silks), always looking to learn and there when you need a helping hand, Nitish brings more than 10 years of technical experience to his role. 

Nitish received his BS in computer science from the University of Nevada, Reno. Prior to joining KPS3, Nitish created and updated EMR forms as well as wrote PHP web applications which encouraged paperless workflows across different departments as a software analyst for Reno Orthopedic. Always looking to push himself, this role set the stage for his movement to a senior development position at one of Reno’s top local digital agencies. Here, Nitish provided mentorship, introduced new technologies, and helped architect solutions for clients like Visit Newport Beach, Travel Nevada, Visit Santa Monica, The Islands of Tahiti, Renown, and Tahoe South—just to name a few. 

Nitish specializes in back-end development in collaborative team-based environments. He focuses on building foundations and scalable solutions to help clients reach their business objectives as seamlessly as possible. Nitish also brings a strong sense of leadership and mentorship to his role, ready and willing to share his wealth of experience and knowledge with the greater team whenever needed. 

When Nitish isn’t in the office killing bugs and teaching us all to remain calm when you’re extremely frustrated at code, you can find him practicing with his band (debut album coming soon), getting his run on (trails to the pavement, it doesn’t matter to him), practicing aerial silks (it’s fascinating), rock climbing, or just taking some time to enjoy the lake that we all too often forget is in our backyard.