Nancy graduated from King Low-Heywood in Stamford before graduating from Skidmore (B.S. in Visual Arts) and the University of Kentucky (M.A. in Communications). Before graduating, Nancy worked for the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, the European Grand Prix Races, and the National Junior Tennis League. Later, she worked in Account Management for Dancer, Fitzgerald & Sample Advertising and Benton & Bowles Advertising before getting married and moving to Germany where she lived twice.
Nancy founded and was president of Home Inventories, Inc. in Darien. She also worked part-time for Texaco, helping in Human Resources with employee handbooks and developing computer graphics for the newsletter.
Nancy received her Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the UConn in 2004. She is Past President of the Rowayton Arts Center (RAC) where she served on the Board for 12 years. She also served on the Executive Board of the Parents’ Association at KLHT (now King), and was the class representative for eight years. Nancy volunteered for the Community Fund of Darien as a Team Leader for Allocations, and developed communication materials for CancerCare in Norwalk and Person-to-Person. Nancy is a lifelong parishioner of St. Luke’s Parish (Darien) and was the first Vestry/Board Liaison to Person-to-Person (P2P), serving for six years. Nancy was on the P2P Board for 9 years, serving on the Executive Committee as Vice President and President (4 years) as well as chairing many other committees. After a two-year hiatus from the P2P Board when she chaired several Task Forces, she returned to the Board as Treasurer, serving on the Board for another two years on the Executive Committee. She served as the as
the Co-Chair of the Governance Committee for a new nonprofit initiative in Stamford (Neighbor´s Link Stamford, now Building One Community), before joining the Inspirica Board of Directors where she served for 6 years. She was on the Executive Committee as Vice Chairman and founded the Governance Committee when she first joined, and continued to serve on other Board committees during her Board service (retired in 2016). She currently serves on the Inspirica Advisory Council and Development Committees, and recently joined the Board of Directors of Intempo in Stamford, CT.
Nancy lives in Darien with her husband, Steve.