ABOUT NANCY ROBINSON MASTERS
Nancy Robinson Masters is an author and popular inspirational speaker for schools, businesses, organizations, and events.
Nancy is a pilot and the author of 44 books with combined sales of more than 500,000 copies. Her feature articles have appeared in a variety of magazines and newspapers, and her flying/writing adventures have taken her around the world, including traveling with the National Science Foundation in Antarctica. She has twice been named the Distinguished Citizen of the Year by the United States Air Force and became the first woman to receive the Stephen F. Austin Distinguished Service Award for her “Freedom to Read ‘em” programs promoting patriotism and the power of free people to freely read and write. Thousands of students across America have been inspired hearing Nancy speak, and her workshops are recommended by teachers and other participants because they provide practical techniques to boost writing skills, student scores, and successes as a published author.
Nancy grew up on a cotton farm in Jones County, Texas, during seven years of severe drought. She credits much of her success today to the values, patriotism, and work ethic instilled in her during those difficult years. She resides in the Elmdale community near Abilene with her husband, Master Aviator Bill Masters. Their hanger door opens to a grass runway with a 1949 Farmall tractor Nancy keeps parked nearby.
Her most important work in life, Nancy says, is "teaching second graders in Sunday School." Grab your cap and goggles and get ready to laugh, cry, and fly high with one of today’s most inspiring women!
A FEW OF NANCY’S PRESENTATION TITLES:
Turning Your Downs Into Ups!
Freedom to Read ‘em!
Top Ten Ways To Be an Ace!
Devoted to Writing!
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Nancy Robinson Masters
(325) 672-3087 (Nancy)
(325) 673-0430 (Bill)
1506 Piper Way
Abilene, Texas 79601-7691