Nancy Meyer, President and Publisher, North Jersey Media Group

 

 

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Nancy A. Meyer

President and Publisher, North Jersey Media Group

 

Nancy A. Meyer is President and Publisher of North Jersey Media Group, encompassing The Record, northjersey.com, Bergen.com and 201 Magazine, part of the USA Today Network.

 

Formerly, she was Publisher and CEO of the Orlando Sentinel Media, an award-winning multiplatform media company which publishes the Orlando Sentinel, a three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper.

 

Prior to her move to Orlando, Ms. Meyer was the Publisher of the Hartford Courant Media Group in Hartford, CT. She previously served as Chief Revenue Officer of Advertising at CT1 Media, which included the Hartford Courant, WTIC-TV (FoxCT) and WCCT-V (CT) television.

 

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

 

 

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