Nancy has her Masters in education and teaches digital cinema, video editing, graphics, journalism and mass media at Northeast Community College in Norfolk, Nebraska. Prior to teaching, she spent 30 years as a television news broadcaster, producer and video editor in Dallas, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Philadelphia. Working for Comcast in Delaware, she was the Executive Producer of a daily half hour feature show called CN8 Extra, which focused on history, non-profits and human interest video features. When Nancy produced a piece for CN8 Extra that featured Sharon Katz & The Peace Train, the decade-long collaboration was born. Nancy collected 6 regional Emmys during her career. She also won an Associated Press Best Editor Golden Mic statue for the first gang documentary ever produced in Los Angeles which went on to win a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award. When she isn’t teaching or editing video, Nancy is watching any British period drama or attending a film festival. Her first career was as a Cowgirl and Barrel Racer in South Dakota. Nancy produces all kinds of videos for her company, Sutton Bay Media.