Director of Communications
Nancy Worlie is the Communications Director at KPBS where she manages public and media relations, special events, strategic partnerships, cross promotions, government relations and strategic planning.
Nancy has worked at KPBS since 2003 and recently had the pleasure of managing KPBS’ 50th Anniversary celebration in 2010, along with launch of KPBS’ first ever Hall of Fame.
Nancy has more than 15 years of experience working in media relations and television news. Prior to joining KPBS in 2003, she was the Managing Editor of Las Vegas ONE Television Station in Las Vegas, NV. While at Las Vegas ONE, she helped renovate their hour-long evening newscast, as well as launch a new morning show and a political interview program.
Before moving to Las Vegas, Nancy served as Broadcast Director for U.S Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) in Washington, DC. Her three years with Nevada’s senior Senator allowed her to gain experience working with the national, state and local media. In addition, she was pivotal in organizing high profile national and local events for Senator Reid, including the Presidential Summit at Lake Tahoe in 1997 which featured both President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore.
Nancy got her start in television news as a producer in Reno, Nevada after graduating from San Diego State University. She is a native San Diegan and now lives in El Cajon with her husband and two children.