Nancy Steiner is Peabody Award winning director/ producer of documentary one- off films and multi part series . Her work has appeared on HBO, CNN, NBC and CBS, PBS and BRAVO.

She recently produced 52 pieces on global diplomacy for the Council on Foreign Relations which are seen in over 100 countries. She also recently created a legacy film for a Fortune 500 company spanning seven generations.

From 1999 through 2010 Nancy worked as a producer/director at Kunhardt McGee Productions where her projects included Teddy: in His Own Words—which aired on both HBO and CNN and won the Emmy award for outstanding special in prime time; This Emotional Life, a six hour, prime-time series for PBS; Freedom: a History of Us, an eight-hour, prime-time PBS series including over 60 celebrity voices, and Bravo’s The Kennedy Tapes Revealed wherein undisclosed tapes of Robert F. Kennedy assessing his brother’s presidency were released for the first time.

In 2009 Nancy took a six-month sabbatical from Kunhardt McGee Productions to work at CBS News where she reported to the president and coordinated the network’s cross coverage with TIME magazine.

Before working in documentary television, Nancy was a producer at NBC News for Today, NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw and Sunday Today.

Nancy is married to David Michaelis, a writer, and lives in Bedford, New York with a blended family of five children, two dogs, an iguana and a pig.