[The following file was provided to this website by Nancy Pomeroy in late May 2003:]
Strategex Integrated Marketing
Born in Los Angeles, raised in Montana and educated in Utah and Idaho, Nancy Pomeroy began her career in broadcasting and media relations 13 years ago as a radio news anchor and talk show producer. She later became the product public relations coordinator for WordPerfect Corporation expanding her high-tech experience as a product public relations manager for software giants Novell, Inc. and Corel, Inc. Her agency experience includes work as an account executive for Network Associates/Connect Public Relations, a national PR firm specializing in the hi-tech industry.
Pomeroy became the Corporate Communications director for Caldera Systems, Inc. (a Linux software company) in 1999, helping take the company public on March 17, 2000. In that capacity she garnered interviews in all major high-tech publications like PC Week/eWeek and Infoworld, as well as CNN, CNN Financial, ABC News, CBS MarketWatch, San Jose Mercury News, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today. During her tenure at Caldera, Pomeroy positioned company products to win industry awards resulting in 30+ wins, including "Product of the Year" and "Product of the Millennium". Also at Caldera, she planned and executed many successful international press tours in the following countries and regions: Singapore, Spain, Japan, China, Korea, England, The Czech Republic, Amsterdam, France, Italy, Switzerland and Austria.
In May of 2000, Pomeroy became the Sr. Media and Public Relations Director for Strategex Integrated Marketing. During her tenure at Strategex, she has created multiple media and PR opportunities as well as coverage for Mountain America Credit Union, Buca di Beppo, Mountain Medical Physician Specialists, Cricket Comfortable Wireless, Meyer & Liechty, Park's Sportsman, Axiom, Rocky Point Haunted House, Learning Technics, Good Knightzz, Papillion and many others. She has also created a successful media-training program for executives with little time to learn.
In June 2002, she became media consultant to Ricci family attorney, David K. Smith, during the Elizabeth Smart abduction/investigation. In August 2002, she became spokesperson for the Ricci family. During that time she has been interviewed by most local print and broadcast media and CNN, ABC News, CBS News, Reuters, AP, Gannett, Dateline, 48 Hours, Good Morning America, The Early Show, The Today Show, Court TV and the NBC Nightly News with appearances on Connie Chung and Larry King Live.
Pomeroy holds a degree in Political Science with minors in Broadcast Journalism and Playwriting. She is a member of PRSA, Sigma Delta Chi (the Society of Professional Journalists), Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science Honor Society) and the Screen Actors Guild (SAG). She has served as a media relations volunteer for Kids Voting Utah and as a volunteer for The Children's Center and the Office of the Guardian Ad Litem as a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) for abused and neglected children. The week of September 11, 2001, she served as a Salvation Army volunteer one block from ground zero. In 2002, she served as a public information/media relations volunteer in the Main Operations Center (MOC) for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.