Nancy has taught hundreds of seminars on writing-related issues to professionals in the workforce, including employees of state and local governments, judges and staff members of state and federal court systems, bankers, and attorneys.
She served as a tenured professor of English at Columbia College, where she was dean of the Division of Communication, Languages, and Literature for eight years and director of the writing-across-the-curriculum program for fifteen years.
"A gifted lecturer who delivers content in an interactive and comprehensive fashion, Nancy has mastered the art of engaged presentations designed to enhance the writing skills of her audience."
–The Hon. Justice Gillian Lucky, High Court of Trinidad and Tobago, Chair, Judicial Education Institute
"The program is outstanding. Nancy makes complex topics accessible with her clear explanations and helpful materials. Her interactive program and lively presentation style (and sense of humor) make learning easy and enjoyable."
–Margaret Perry, Senior State and Federal Appellate Attorney
"As a freelancer I have often consulted books and websites for grammatical advice. Dr. Tuten is the best I've found. She is the only one who anticipated my questions with straightforward answers and clear examples. I look forward to consulting Get It Write Online every time I am confronted by a grammatical quandary."
– Walter N., Freelance Writer
“Precision and Clarity for Airtight Legal Writing” has been approved for continuing education credit by the State Bar of Texas.
Nancy Tuten was an invited guest expert on the radio show Voice of America on the subject of writing across the disciplines.
She was an invited by Janet Hudson of Tame the Inner Chaos to talk about the importance of professional writing competence.
She publishes a regular column on professional writing and editing in a quarterly magazine, The F-Suite, that appears both in print and online.
Get It Write Online is the editing guide of reference for the peer-reviewed journal, The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.