Nancy H Ancowitz

Adjunct Instructor

Human Capital Management

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Nancy Ancowitz is an adjunct faculty member at the Center for Applied Liberal Arts, and in the Leadership & Human Capital Management department of SPS.  As a presentation and career coach, she helps clients—introverts and extroverts alike—connect to and communicate their gifts to bring them authentically into the world. She wrote Self-Promotion for Introverts®, a Publishers Weekly "best book" selection. Her work has appeared in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. Nancy’s background includes 12 years on Wall Street where she ran marketing programs for a multibillion-dollar business as a vice president at JP Morgan Chase. She has a BS in communication from Boston University School of Communication and conducted graduate work at NYU Stern School of Business.

May 28 2013

"How To Bypass The 5 Worst Mistakes In Online Presentations"

Mar 25 2012

"What Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know About Public Speaking"

By Entrepreneur magazine
Mar 11 2012

The Careerist: Coping with Idea Thieves

By Financial Times
Feb 28 2011

"Career Coach: Tips for Introverts Who Aspire to Leadership Positions"

By Washington Post
Dec 09 2010

"Why Introverts Can Be Great Leaders"

Sep 10 2010

In Praise of 'Introvets'

By Exceptional Veterinary Team
Sep 01 2010

"Revenge of the Introvert"

By Psychology Today
Mar 10 2010

Introverts as Entrepreneurs

Jan 27 2010

"10 Ways Introverts Can Promote Themselves to Extroverts"

Nov 04 2009

"Shy? Stand Out Anyway¿

By Investor's Business Daily
Nov 01 2009

"Success Isn¿t Only for the Extroverts"

By The New York Times
Oct 16 2009

"Self-Promotion for Introverts(R)"

By McGraw-Hill
Oct 14 2009

"Self-Promotion for Introverts(R): Get Heard More. Even if You Talk Less."

By ChangeThis
Aug 20 2007

"Introverts, Start Writing"

By The New York Times
Jan 17 2005

"Self-Marketing Rules For Successful Introverts"

By, The Wall Street Journal