Nancy earned her bachelor’s degree in Public Relations from the University of Florida and then went on to receive her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova South Eastern University. For the past nine years, Nancy has been steadily working in the field of addictions and mental health in multiple settings including residential, partial hospitalization and outpatient. Her desire to help families stemmed from her own experience of having a loved one suffer from chemical dependency and wanting families to be educated about how to heal. From there she has been a primary therapist and for the past three years has been in the role of clinical director.
Nancy recently moved from Florida to Utah to be a part of the New Haven Family. She instantly knew when she walked on campus that this felt like home due to its focus on connection, relationship building and dedication that poured from each member of the staff. She is very excited to work at the Sacagawea House as clinical director and to see the girls flourish at New Haven.
Nancy and her husband made the Journey to Utah and both love the outdoors along with their two rescue pups. In her free time, she enjoys finding a new trail and exploring all that Utah has to offer. Her bucket list includes seeing all of the National Parks.