Nancy Fry
Community activist and political campaign consultant,

Nancy Fry dedicates her time engaged in community outreach as an officer of numerous organizations within South Florida. Notably, she is the Local Group Spokesperson for Moms Demand Action - Fort Lauderdale where she gives statements to the media and speaks publicly on behalf of the statewide chapter to advocate for gun violence prevention. As a Director with Women's March Florida - Broward Chapter, she assists with organizing and promoting community events. Nancy is also a Board Member for the Plantation Democratic Club where she serves as the Public Relations, Marketing, and Social Media Committee Chair. In this capacity, she manages the club's website and social media accounts and promotes upcoming events.

Giving birth to her first child drove Nancy to get involved in community groups. She began focusing on maternal-based organizations such as La Leche League and the International Cesarean Awareness Network (ICAN). Recognizing a political exigency, she also started seeking out candidates running for local office near her then home in Orlando to serve as a campaign volunteer. She thereafter joined the Women's March Florida - Central Florida Chapter and served as part of the Admin Team. Upon her move back to Broward County, Nancy put a stronger focus on her political and campaign volunteer work, and now she is also beginning to serve as a campaign consultant in advance of the 2020 election cycle.

A "Double Cane," Nancy earned a bachelor's degree in Music Business and a master's degree is in Arts Presenting from the University of Miami. She began her career working in programming for the then-newly constructed Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County and, later, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale.

Nancy currently lives in Plantation with her husband and two young children. In addition to her leadership roles, she is also a member of the Broward Young Democrats, where she won the Issue Trailblazer Award in 2019, as well as the Dolphin Democrats, her son's school PTA, and the Census Complete Count Committee for the City of Plantation.