The youngest of three children, my parents took a unique approach to resolving requests to do or have something. I had to present an argument as to why I should. Without knowing it my engineer father and nurse mother were shaping a lawyer. During my senior year of college at the University of Richmond, I took a graduate level survey course of the different fields in psychology and was assigned to research and report on Forensic Psychology. I loved the field, which was still in its infancy. The preferred degree was actually two – a law degree (juris doctorate “JD”) and a PH.D. in psychology. I was accepted to Catholic University’s Master’s program in psychology and its law school. I was told to complete the first year of law school before adding any psychology courses. Not a problem. I wasn’t going to be a lawyer, but could take a year of classes. The problem was I loved law school. Instead of becoming a forensic psychologist, I became a lawyer.
COMMITTED TO THE
Nancy is a dynamic speaker who has presented at a number of conferences across the country. Tired of watching the heartbreak of business owners who’d lost everything over legal landmines that could have been avoided, she’s committed to ensuring business owners have access to competent and cost-effective legal counsel and information. In this DIY society there are very limited legal resources for small to mid-sized businesses. Nancy takes all that fancy legal mumbo-jumbo and demystifies it. She is committed to helping women leverage the law to help them grow their businesses in a sustainable and compliant manner, and equally importantly, create the systems that allow them to enjoy what they’ve built.
BEST SELLING AUTHOR
Nancy is the bestselling author of Succeeding Through Doubt, Fear & Crisis, which rose to #1 status in five categories at Amazon.com upon its debut in July, 2014, and Navigating Legal Landmines: A Practical Guide to Business Law for Real People, which rose to #1 status in three categories on Amazon.com upon its debut in February, 2017. She has also published multiple short stories under her pen name “Nancy DiMauro.” She’s developed a series of YouTube Videos, and blog posts to assist business owners avoid the Legal Landmines that can destroy their businesses. She’s launching a podcast on Avoiding Business Landmines in April, 2017.
Nancy holds a Law Degree from Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law. During her second year on law school she met her future husband, Matt, in a Families and the Law clinical class After working on an divorce appeal together, they figured they might as well try the whole married thing. That was many moons and two sons ago. Living on a horse-farm in Virginia with her three favorite guys, i.e. her husband and two boys, and (in her husband’s words) far too many animals life is rarely boring.