Nancy Crotti began her journalistic career as a teenager, and continued it at Syracuse University, writing for the Daily Orange. She landed her first newspaper job at a Philadelphia weekly called the Germantown Courier. She took first prize for investigative reporting among weekly newspapers in a Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers Association contest for a story about alleged sexual harassment of teachers.
As one of eight staff writers for the daily Delaware State News in Dover, DE, she covered state, county and municipal government; crime, business, agriculture and real estate. She wrote many profiles and feature stories and wove colleagues’ coverage of Hurricane Gloria into a cohesive story.
Later, she had a staff writing position at the Asbury Park Press in New Jersey, where she covered municipal government, residential and commercial real estate, interior design, education and business. There, she won third prize for investigative reporting in a New Jersey Newspaper Publishers Association contest for a series on government disposal of properties seized from financial institutions.
In 1999, she moved with my family to St. Paul, MN, where I began my freelance career, writing about healthcare, residential and commercial real estate, business, law, medical technology, interior and landscape design, and gardening, as well as a wide variety of feature articles. Publications that have featured my work include the New York Daily News, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, the St. Paul Pioneer Press, the Minneapolis-St.PaulBusiness Journal, Commercial Property Executive, Qmed.com, Finance & Commerce,Minnesota Lawyer, Politics in Minnesota, Minnesota Medicine, Saint Paul Illustrated,The Line (an online news magazine), The Mix (the newsletter of the Twin Cities cooperative grocery stores) and the alumni magazines of St. Catherine University, William Mitchell College of Law, and St. Olaf College.
Recent articles by Nancy Crotti
IoT World Austin: CVS Embraces New Technologies to Power Health Care
Gloryvee Cordero, senior architect at CVS Health, discusses how CVS is embracing digital twins, AI, IoT devices and quantum computing