Nancy Levant is a native of Dayton, Ohio, has two daughters and three grandchildren. She is the author of The Collapse of Intuition, a non-fiction book about the decline of instinctual and intuitive abilities and knowledge in American women. She writes for the The Sierra Times, is a contributor to the Paragon Foundation publication, eco-logic Powerhouse magazine, MichNews.Com, and her articles have been published by numerous other organizations, newspapers, and websites.
With a BA in English from Wright State University and a MS in Education from The University of Dayton, she taught high school English, was the Director of Planning and Development for a human service agency in Traverse City, Michigan, as well as a counselor and social worker. She has worked with children since 1974. In 1992, she started a home daycare business, which she continues to this day in a small town in Southwestern Ohio. She has been a guest speaker in many venues including college campuses, schools, Indian reservations, human service and political events, and president of a youth sports organization. She is a frequent guest on radio and television shows such as a recent interview on Bill Moore’s Outspoken Sportsman radio program in Escanaba, Michigan.
A life-long writer and an ardent supporter of home schooling, Nancy’s strong faith in God, country, and Constitutional Rights are apparent in her writing. Many of her articles are archived here.
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