The damage prevention industry has seen tremendous positive change in its history as 811 centers have grown in influence and effectiveness because of advances in areas such as legislation, technology, and staffing. But what about the future? Are you prepared with plans that will help ensure your continued success? Consider: • Has your board developed …
MS in Leadership, Ken Blanchard College of Business, Grand Canyon University, with honors
BBA in Management, Magna cum Laude, Georgia State University
Graduate of Managerial Leadership, Emory University Goizueta Business School
Graduate of Regional Leadership Institute
Graduate of Leadership Cobb
Graduate of Results Based Leadership
Graduate of Advanced Facilitation Skills
Nancy is a trainer and facilitator specializing in board development and strategic planning. She enjoyed a 32-year career with facility owner Georgia Power Company, including managing a team with responsibility for compliance with the dig law. She served on the board of Georgia 811 for 11 years, including chair for two years. Her early career included time in training and development. Since taking early retirement from Georgia Power, Nancy has continued to invest in damage prevention and has assisted 811 centers in 16 states with board development and strategic planning.
Nancy is married and has two daughters and two grandchildren. She lived most of her life in Atlanta but now resides near Clemson, SC. When she’s not providing board training and facilitating strategic planning sessions, she enjoys Clemson football, walking/hiking, water sports, reading, cooking, volunteering in her community, and time with family and friends.