Nancy LeBrun is a writer and producer with multiple Emmys, two dupont-Columbia journalism awards and a Peabody for projects she wrote, produced, or executive produced. She has written articles and produced documentaries and videos on topics including culture, science, health, history (both natural and manmade), and literature.
In the service of stories, Nancy has trekked the Himalayas in the footsteps of Edmund Hillary, made a rare visit to a millennial cult in Brazil, been up close and personal with trapped humpback whales in Newfoundland, and was the first to document in detail the aftermath of 9/11 at the Pentagon. She has written about the aftermath of Katrina, bonsai trees and cigar box guitars.
Her work has appeared on The Discovery Channel, The Science Channel, PBS, National Geographic, Newsweek, WebMD and ABCNews.com, among others.
Two of her television projects were named among the Top Ten Programs of the Year for their respective years by Time Magazine and People.
Nancy is a native of North Carolina, albeit with Yankee roots, and lives with her husband Edward and a variety of canines.