Nancy Dale, Ph.D. is an author, nationally published freelance writer, research analyst, newspaper correspondent, SFCC, Barry University, and Edison College Adjunct Instructor (English/Speech/Journalism), certified Yoga Instructor, member of the Allied Member of the Florida Cattlemen’s Association and The Treasure Coast Literary Guild. She has been recently honored with a publication on Florida “Cow Hunters” in the Cambridge Scholars publication: Florida Studies Proceedings 2007.
Dr. Dale is the author of Would Do, Could Do and Made Do: Florida Pioneer “Cow Hunters” Who Tamed the Last Frontierand Where the Swallowtail Kite Soars: The Legacies of Glades County, Florida and the Vanishing Wilderness. Her short story, “The Tattered Flag” is published in The Treasure Coast Literary Guild Anthology, 2005. She is an adjunct professor of English/Speech at South Florida, Edison Community College and Barry University.
Dr. Dale’s career began as a television news reporter/weather broadcaster/producer/writer, and talent for radio/television from San Francisco to Miami. She worked at KRON-TV, NBC (San Francisco); WTVJ-TV, CBS (Miami); WAGA-TV (CBS) (Atlanta) and was News Director of KALG Radio, Metro-Media (Alamogordo, New Mexico). Dr. Dale also hosted a “live” call-in radio show on KSAN, San Francisco with guests on various topics.
Other productions include a documentary of the University of Miami’s oceanographic expedition to study the Somali Current off East Africa: The Indian Ocean Experiment. The documentary was sponsored by the World Meteorological Association and UNESCO. Dr. Dale directed/produced segments in Paris, France, Mombasa, Kenya and Puna, India. The documentary has been shown worldwide at oceanographic/meteorological conferences.
Nationally published articles include topics on: True stories of Florida’s pioneer “cow hunters,” a series of articles in The Florida Cattleman’s Magazine and Small Farm America. Her interviews with national Police Chiefs on current trends in law enforcement, Homeland Security, priorities for the next decade, juvenile boot camps, and the 21st Century police department are published in The Chief of Police, The Florida Police Chief Association, 911, Police Times and Law and Order Magazine.Other nationally published articles include topics about the future of the broadcast industry (Broadcast Education Association Journal).
As a lecturer, Dr. Dale has spoken at the Florida Police Chief Association Conference discussing “Homeland Security” with a panel of Florida Police Chiefs and given many presentations on her books. She recently presented a paper on “Pioneer a??Cow Hunters'” at the Florida College English Association Conference in Lakeland 2007 and Indian River Community College, 2008.
Presently, Dr. Dale is working on a third book about Florida pioneers to be released in December 2008. She holds a Ph.D. in Communication and Broadcast Journalism is a Native Miamian, and resides in Sebring, Florida.
Dr. Dale is available for presentations and book signings.
Invited Conference Presentations2006 and 2007: Presented paper to the Florida College English Assocation Conference in Lakeland and at Indian River Community College on “Pioneer “Cow Hunters” – The Books”Keynote Address – Glades/Hendry County Economic Development Council – “Carving an Economic Role into the Future” – 2007Clewiston Museum – “Would Do, Could Do, and Made Do: The Florida Pioneer ‘Cow Hunters’ Who Tamed the Last Frontier” – 2006
Florida Police Chief Association Conference
Presenter: “Survival Strategies for Visionary Police Leaders in the Next Decade,”
Published survey results conducted by N. Dale of Florida Police Chiefs.
Summer Conference, Daytona Beach profollica scam, FL, June 22, 1999
Certified Yoga Instructor
Cambridge Scholars Publishing – Florida College Level English Assocation: Iris Wall “Cow Huntress” from Indiantown, 2008
Dr. Dale is a Native of Miami, Florida.