Nancy Pearlman is an award-winning broadcaster, environmentalist, college instructor, anthropologist, editor, producer, on-air personality, and outdoorswoman who has made safeguarding the earth’s ecosystems both a vocation and an avocation. She currently is serving her fourth term as an elected official on the Board of Trustees of the Los Angeles Community College District. She has received many awards including three EMMY-nominations and is a United Nations Environment Programme Global 500 Laureate. Her athletic accomplishments include being a regional 50 mile champion, an Ironman Triathlete and at age 65 climbing to the Top of Africa on Mt. Kilimanjaro at 19, 336 feet. Nancy is Executive Director of Educational Communications and founded the Ecology Center of Southern California, Project Ecotourism, Campus Greening, Earth Cultures and other projects including her humanitarian work in Kenya. She is host and producer of the country’s longest running environmental radio and television series Environmental Directions and ECONEWS having created over 2600 documentaries.
Name: Nancy Pearlman
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Company: Educational Communications: ECONEWS TV and Environmental Directions Radio
Unique traits: Have created and produced and hosted over 2000 radio shows and 600 tv shows with three EMMY nominations.
Executive Producer and Hoste
Documentary by Educational Communications
Three EMMY-nominations, an ACE nomination, Buccaneer awards; United Nations Environment Programme Global 500 Laureate
Chapman University (Orange, CA)
University of California-Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
University of Southern California
Los Angeles City College
Antioch University Los Angeles (Culver City, CA)