A business communication coach specializing in career advancement and presentation skills, Nancy Ancowitz is a thinking partner and stalwart supporter for her clients, who range from CEOs to emerging leaders in the business and creative worlds. She is a mirror who reflects her clients' best selves, a sounding board for their deep intelligence, and a navigator to help their quiet stars twinkle.
An outgoing introvert, Ancowitz is an adjunct instructor at New York University, where she teaches Self-Promotion for Introverts®, a workshop that helps people of a quieter nature use their strengths to raise their visibility in their careers. She also teaches public speaking and other business communication skills. Ancowitz has spoken at the Smithsonian Institution and a wide range of corporate and professional organizations.
Her background includes 12 years in the corporate world, where most recently she headed marketing teams for a multibillion-dollar business as a vice president at JPMorgan Chase & Co. Earlier in her career she was a jewelry designer with major retail clients.
Ancowitz is a blogger for Psychology Today, and her media exposure as a coach also includes CareerJournal.com, CNN.com, Monster.com, the New York Times, Newsday, WABC-TV Eyewitness News, Self, Woman's Day, and Gotham magazines. Ancowitz's creative expressions include her after-hours life as a playwright.