has published hundreds of articles in consumer magazines, major newspapers and trade publications, from Parade and The New York Times to Smithsonian and Southwest Airlines Spirit. She also writes newsletters, books and other materials for corporate clients and non-profit agencies. She is a longtime member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors.
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Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe, the subject of Nancy's latest book, Sewing Hope, and one of Time magazine's "100 Most Influential People in the World," is featured in a documentary narrated by Forest Whitaker and available at SnagFilms. See "Latest News."
"Nancy is a fantastic writer. I recommend Nancy very highly as a writer and would be delighted to work with her again."
—Glenn Yeffeth, publisher,
“The article [“Disabled and Willing”] by Nancy Henderson was one of the most well-written and polished articles on the subject I have seen published in the mainstream media.”
—John R. Johnson, Ph.D., in a letter to the editor of Southwest Airlines Spirit
Originally published in paperback, Nancy’s book Able! How One Company’s Extraordinary Workforce Changed the Way We Look at Disability Today (BenBella Books) is now available in hardback with a foreword by Randy Lewis, Vice President of Logistics for Walgreens, and additional chapters by leading disability advocates, business executives and political leaders.
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