Nancy Dorrier co-founded Dorrier Underwood with
Judith Underwood in 1986.
As President, she is the visionary and creative
force behind Dorrier Underwood's growth while
personally coaching CEO's and leaders around the
world to invent and implement bold visions.
Nancy has been leading transformational programs
for over 20 years and has earned a reputation
for making a dramatic impact on people's lives
and having joy and love be present.
Nancy's background is in psychology and social
work, graduating from Queens University of
Charlotte with a B.A. in Psychology and from the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with
a Masters in Social Work. She had a very
successful family counseling practice prior to
establishing her consulting firm. She has
received public awards for being a successful
business owner and for being a community and
world leader. She received the Algernon Sydney
Sullivan Award from Queens University in
recognition for her work with water development
projects and women's vocational training in East
Nancy is a poet and essayist and committed to
having conversations that make a difference.
She is enthusiastic about collecting art,
learning amazing things from her grandchildren,
making huge Christmas stockings for them and
growing new colorful, fragrant, and delicious
plants in her garden.
"Strawberries are too delicate to be picked by machine. The perfectly ripe ones bruise at even too heavy a human touch. It hit her then that every strawberry she had ever eaten every piece of fruit had been picked by callused human hands. Every piece of toast with jelly represented someone's knees, someone's aching back and hips, someone with a bandanna on her wrist to wipe away the sweat"
~ Alison Luterman
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