Nancy earned a B.S. in Mass Communication and Speech from Houston Baptist University in 1993. She attended Belmont University for almost two years before she transferred to Houston Baptist University on a full scholarship. In 1995, after competing in the Miss America Pageant, and spending a year traveling and speaking throughout Iowa, Nancy moved to Nashville and began her career working in marketing, advertising, and television production. During her early years she also spent time in front of the camera as a spokesperson in over 100 commercials for companies around the country.
For the past 30 years she has been helping companies and non-profits share their story through multi-channel strategies and media planning. She is a visionary, connector, and cheerleader who feels the most at home with companies who value people. Nancy subscribes to the words of Jay Danzi, “Your smile is your logo. Your personality is your business card. How you leave others feeling after an experience with you becomes your trademark.” She takes this to heart encouraging companies to extend beyond their paid advertising by providing a universal, authentic, and “Best in Class” experience with everyone they meet.
As VP of Marketing for Point 3 Media, Nancy was part of the team that launched one of the first 3D animated syndicated television campaigns for car dealerships called, “We’ve Got Your Key.” She also worked with Farouk Systems, Houston, Texas to develop their first television campaign for BioSilk’s Silk Therapy, a product that went on to become the leader in shiny hair serums.
Before joining Matt Hardin Law in September 2022, Nancy was the Marketing Director and Operations leader for Snodgrass-King Dental, a multi-specialty dental practice that sees over 40,000 patients a year.
Nancy’s energy comes from connecting the talents of others with those who need them. She is passionate about helping the underserved and community involvement. She is aligned with the Matt Hardin Law philosophy and excited to continue to share the heroic stories of hope and healing with those who need help.