Short Bio

Nancy Solari is an authentic example of living life with an empowered mindset regardless of the challenges you face—and she is no stranger to adversity. As a child, Nancy witnessed domestic violence, divorce, and her mother’s battle with cancer. Then, at the age of sixteen, she was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa, a disorder resulting in progressive blindness. Rather than letting this dissuade her from following her dreams, Nancy persevered.

Nancy obtained her BA in broadcasting and psychology from the University of Oregon and studied film at William Patterson University. After graduation, she went on to work with Oregon News, Good Day Oregon, Good Morning America, and Entertainment Tonight and was a successful realtor in Southern California. She has presented for organizations such as National Ticketing Association, Boston Scientific, Public Risk Management Association, Braille Institute Library, National Retail Federation, and others. She has been featured in The Beach Reporter and Women’s Radio and has been a guest on numerous podcasts.

Today, she is an accomplished CEO, coach, and motivational speaker. As host of the national radio show Living Full Out, she continues to share her tools for success with audiences and organizations all around the country. Nancy is a regular columnist at Entrepreneur magazine where she writes about how to turn limitations into advantages and obstacles into opportunities. Additionally, she’s been published in Life Hack, The Good Men Project, Addicted to Success, She Owns It, Thrive Global, Business2Community, and several others.

Nancy’s life experiences and education provide her the unique ability to empathize with people and at the same time, guide them to be resourceful in attaining their goals.