Nancy, a co-founder of Collegistics, graduated with a BS in Human Nutrition from the University of Michigan in 1981. She earned a Master's Degree at Emory University where she taught and advised graduate students and conducted research. As a nutritionist at Lenox Hill Hospital, Nancy counseled and educated patients and families. An active and deeply engaged member of her community, she has served on the board of the League of Women Voters of Scarsdale, the Executive Committee of Maroon and White, and as Secretary/Treasurer of the Scarsdale Bowl. While raising her children in Scarsdale, she was indefatigably involved in activities related to education, serving as PTA President, PT Council Vice-President, Chairperson of the Scarsdale Task Force on Drugs and Alcohol, and co-founder of STOP (State Testing Opposed by Parents.) Nancy has also been a member of the Scarsdale High School Compact Committee, the School Board Nominating Committee, SHS College Information Task Force, and the Health Advisory Council. The recipient of the 2011 Brotherhood Award at Westchester Reform Temple, Nancy serves as a vice-president of her synagogue and co-chairs Baby Boomers, Greeters, High Holiday Ushers, and the Syrian Refugee Initiative committees. She is also a dedicated member of the Giving Circle of Lower Westchester and the STEP board.