Nance Guilmartin

Westinghouse Broadcasting Executive

Four-time Emmy winner Nance Guilmartin is a leadership consultant, breakthrough coach, educator, keynote speaker and author of Healing Conversations: What to Say When You Don't Know What to Say and The Power of Pause: How To Be More Effective In a Demanding, 24/7 World. As a Westinghouse Broadcasting Executive, she launched the national Designated Driver program and For Kids' Sake and Time to Care campaigns, uniting non-profits, government, sponsors the public and the media to increase community services in 100 cities. 

A Miami native and Tufts University alumna, she honed her listening skills as an award-winning news writer/producer at CBS Newsradio in Boston — juggling fast-moving stories in the 24/7 environment of live radio during the turbulent mid-1970s.

Today, Nance provides strategic counsel, workshops, retreats and customized problem-solving programs. A Fellow of FIU's Center for Leadership, she has taught in FIU's  Academy for International Disaster Preparedness, the Executive Master's in Business Administration program, the Healthcare Master's in Business Administration program, and Women Leaders programs. Nance's array of clients include FIU, Baptist Hospital, Sylvester Cancer Center, U.S. Army, U.S. Coast Guard, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Gibraltar Private Bank & Trust, Young Presidents Organization, Serono-Pfizer, Harvard School of Public Health and Saunders Hotel Group.