nancy floyd richardson


nancy richardson


Drinks Her Coffee:

with a lot of sugar and Italian Sweet Cream or French Vanilla. It doesn’t matter what’s on the menu because I’m going to ask for a White Chocolate Mocha.

When Not in the Office:

spending time with family, playing card and board games, girlfriend trips, trying new restaurants, listening to live music and thrifting.

Must-Have Desk Accessories:

sticky notes, Flair pens in multiple colors, my planner and my meetings notebook.

First College Major:

I didn’t declare a major until I was forced to do so. I love to learn and had a hard time choosing.


education, mentoring, writing and traveling.

Spends Too Much Time:

on social media. I try to serve as a community resource, and I love staying in touch with family, friends and former students. Photos and memes make me smile.

Nancy graduated from Florida State University with a bachelor’s degree in English and minors in Communication and Women’s Studies. She has a heart for nonprofits and worked with LifeSouth Community Blood Centers and American Cancer Society. She continues her volunteer involvement through Wakulla County Coalition for Youth, Survive and Thrive Advocacy Center and the Crawfordville Woman’s Club.

She became a classroom teacher the day her youngest daughter started kindergarten and returned to marketing, public relations, and journalism when her children graduated from college. Nancy and her husband, Dan, married in 1996. They have two children, Danna and Jillian, one son-in-law, Zac, three grandpups, Rupert, Argo and Mia, and one bearded dragon, Duke.

Nancy has also worked with, Best Version Media and The Wakulla News. Nancy loves helping clients brainstorm, problem solve and develop creative solutions to showcase their strengths.