“Becoming our greatest self is ever-evolving in each story we live and how we choose to tell it.”
Currently a social worker an acute psychiatric hospital, Nancy continues her pursuit of individual/community education and healing. Previous professional roles have been working with at-risk high school students as an English teacher, as both a case manager/school counselor for the FL Department of Juvenile Justice and as a Research Writing Instructor at Istanbul Technical University. Passionate about experiencing life and understanding humanity, Nancy lived abroad for 10 years in the countries of Turkiye, Australia, South Africa and the Republic of Congo. Nancy received her Master International Public Health from the University of Sydney and Master of Social Work from the University of Southern California. She also has studied at Florida State University, and University of Cape Town.
Through community work and research in both the US as well as abroad, Nancy has specifically worked closely with adoptees, birth and adoptive parents, survivors of childhood abuse/trauma as well as families caring for aged parents with dementia. It was particularly during her time abroad that Nancy experienced a personal understanding of the oneness of the human experience and of humanity. Nancy continues to be committed to supporting and educating individuals in their quest to create the lives they desire in this lifetime through awareness and connection.