“I’m a blue-collar girl and small business owner with a law license. You can put me in a suit, and I can work with the executives, but I’m more comfortable in a hard hat.”
Nance L. Schick, Esq. frequently assists journalists writing on:
- Conflict Resolution
- Domestic Employment
- Funeral Business
- Independent Contractors
- Sexual Harassment and Misconduct
- (Real) Small Business
- Surviving Abuse and Other Crimes
- Worker Misclassification
- Workplace Disputes
She has contributed to articles in more than 20 print and online publications, including NBC News, US News & World Report, Inc. Magazine, Yahoo! Finance, Fox Business, Recruiter.com, Urban Freedom Magazine, Enterprising Women, Health.com, UpJourney, TalkSpace, REWIRE, Bustle, Redbook, Pure Wow, Just Business, Disruptor Daily, Rasmussen College, the University of Louisville alumni magazine, Carex, and A Place for Mom. She’s also featured in the Never Underestimate Strong Women book and has created content for a wide variety of higher education, funeral, law, and other businesses.
Nance has appeared on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network and Queens Public Television, as well as local TV stations in Tennesee and Texas. Radio and podcast appearances include Pursuing Perfect, SAP Radio’s Coffee Break with Game Changers, Employment Law Today, Tax Resolution Ninja, Business Talk Library, Business Owner Freedom, Cash Out Big, and Significant Business Results. She was rated a Thomson Reuters Super Lawyer in ADR for the past four years and served two years as the Main Representative to the United Nations for the International Center for Ethno-Religious Mediation. She has also been acknowledged by the New York Economic Development Corporation/B-Labs, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Kaufmann Foundation, and more.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education (Sport Administration) from the University of Louisville and a Juris Doctor from the State University of New York University at Buffalo, where she also received certificates in Government Law (Education and Tax). She splits time between Manhattan and Brooklyn, New York, where she spends time swimming, hiking, practicing yoga, and writing comedy music with her long-term partner, Peter.