About Nancy Beckons

A lifelong observer of the human condition, Ms. Beckons worked as a news broadcast journalist in radio, and news correspondent for The Waterbury Republican newspaper in her home state of Connecticut. In radio, she won an award from National AP Radio for a news breaking story on the John Anderson delegates during the 1980 presidential campaign, and has covered numerous human interest stories as a journalist.

As a junior, Nancy was a top ranked equestrian athlete, having won United State’s Equestrian Federation (USEF) national titles for eight consecutive years. She was featured in Sports Illustrated magazine, “Faces in the Crowd” twice. She has taught riding as a highly accredited riding instructor, and was nationally licensed in the English Hunter/Jumper disciplines as an A-rated horse show judge.

Nancy graduated from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts with a B.A in Political Science. She has worked in sales and marketing for two Fortune 100 companies followed by a legislative research analyst assisting in the interpretation of state statutes. Nancy also worked on several statewide political campaigns during which time she had access to a greater data base of interpretive information and statistics on gender behavior.

An avid sports enthusiast, when she is not working you can find Nancy walk/running, riding, swimming or playing softball at Wrigley Field in Citra, Florida. In every one of her endeavors, Nancy has excelled at her craft. Now she is parlaying all of her talents and experiences into her first book, “The Men of Match: Memoirs of a CyberDating Maven”