Nancy Magrini Account Executive at Waldner’s Business Environments
Class Of: 1980
Campus: Old Westbury Major: Bachelor of Fine Arts
A 30 year veteran in the field of Interior Design and the Contract Furniture Sales Industry, Nancy currently holds an Account Executive position with Waldner’s Business Environment’s, located in Farmingdale, New York. Her expertise is in assisting companies, organizations and institutions to create effective work environments. She is committed to providing quality professional services to meet or exceed the client’s needs. Throughout the years Nancy has developed strong relationships with both the Architectural and Design Community. She works directly with clients, architects and designers to over see all stages of the project from start to finish.
Nancy began her career in Interior Design upon graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts Specializing in Interior Design from New York Institute of Technology in 1980. While attending New York Institute of Technology, Nancy was involved with the SGA, and carried the title of 1977 Home Coming Queen. In 1978 Nancy was the first runner-up for the State of New York in the “All American Homecoming Queen Competition for the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida.
In additional to professional commitments, Nancy devotes much of her personal time to many charitable causes. Some include speaking for the American Heart Association as a survivor for Heart and Stroke. Nancy is also the 2009 Red Cap Ambassador for the AHA. Some of Nancy’s other non-profits include- Fight for Charity, The Arthritis Foundation, Cruisin’ For A Cure-Prostate Cancer to name a few. Over the past 15 years Nancy has received many awards for her Philanthropic efforts.
Nancy is an active professional affiliate and member of both the American Society of Interior Designer and the American Institute of Architects for the Long Island Chapters. Since 1988 Nancy has been a member of the Who’s Who of Interior Designers.
“The key to anything is life is to listen, follow your instincts and never lose your momentum. Be tenacious!”