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Nancy Meyer

Publisher & GM

Nancy A. Meyer is the Publisher and General Manager of the Sun Sentinel Media Group, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and the Orlando Sentinel, Orlando, Fla.

Prior to returning to Florida, she spearheaded a significant operational and digital transformation at the New Jersey Media Group, part of the USA Today Network that included The Record,, the Herald News, (201) Magazine and a portfolio of more than 30 community publications.

Formerly, she held roles as Publisher and CEO of the Orlando Sentinel Media Group, Orlando, Fla. and the Hartford Courant, Hartford, Conn. In 2015, the Orlando Sentinel was awarded A “Top Ten That Do It Right” by Editor and Publisher.

Previously, she was the Chief Revenue Officer of Advertising at CT1 Media, which included the Hartford Courant, WTIC-TV (Fox CT) and WCCT-V (CT) television. While in this position, Nancy led the integration of the newspaper and television station advertising and digital operations, unlike any other in the country. She was promoted to that role from her former position as Vice President of Advertising, Strategies and Targeted Media for the Hartford Courant.

She speaks frequently to community and professional groups regarding the media industry, women in leadership and the transformation of traditional media to the digital platform.

Nancy is passionate about her involvement in the communities where she serves and has been active with many professional, industry and community organizations. She has served on the Orlando Economic Development Commission’s Governors Council, Executive Committee and Board of Directors, the Central Florida Commission on Homelessness, Visit Orlando, and the Central Florida Transportation Task Force. She is a cancer survivor and works extensively with Susan G. Komen – Southern New England.

Meyer attended the University of Hartford in Hartford, Conn., majoring in Communication Studies and is working on her M.S. in Communication Studies with a focus on Journalism Innovation at Syracuse University-Newhouse School.