Nan is internationally-renowned for her philosophy that each person has an individualized life lesson plan that transforms the question "Why me?" (not "poor me") into "Why have I attracted this person/situation/circumstance into my life? What can I learn? How can I grow?" 


Prior to being publicly open about her abilities, Nan had a successful 15-year career as a complex litigation paralegal, followed by 10 years as a published author and writing instructor for the Corporate Training Department of Georgia Perimeter College, Atlanta, Georgia, where her clients included the City of Atlanta, the Center For Disease Control, the U.S. Post Office, and numerous engineering firms.


Nan is a published author and co-author of five books on a wide variety of disciplines, including "Community Economic Develpment and Social Work," a textbook for Columbia University Press, and "The Unknown Rockwell: A Portrait Of Two American Families," soon to be a major motion picture. She is currently under contract for writing five additional books which will be released throughout 2017 and 2018.


Nan kept her abilities "under wraps" until her mid-40s, when she decided it was important to bring the discussion to mainstream America. Her goal in doing so has been to promote tolerance and respect for all belief systems, while also providing comfort, peace, and understanding to those who are struggling with life hardships and/or the loss of a loved one. 


Nan also conducts live events, and is a sought-after speaker at conferences and charity events. For more information on how to book Nan for your next corporate or charity event, or speaking engagement, please click here.










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