Nancy is married to her childhood sweetheart, Jack Dinerstein, and they are delighted to be celebrating their 38th anniversary this February. They are native Houstonians and fully committed to the Houston community. Nancy’s greatest joy is her family: Brad, Ross and Liz, Brian and Liz, and her cherished granddaughter, Molly.
Sharing the blessings of life with others has always been a Dinerstein and Susman family tradition. Nancy and Jack have been ardent supporters of a variety of organizations including Texas Children’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald House, the Kinkaid School, Baylor Teen Clinic and Mental Health of Texas.
Over the years, Nancy has also had the distinction of serving as a chairman and a committee member for a wide range of events and organizations, with a particular emphasis on children and health issues. She believes that building relationships and innovation are keys to successful fundraising. Presently, she serves on the Executive Boards of the Holocaust Museum Houston, The Partnership for Baylor College of Medicine and the American Heart Association Guild.
With an MA in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin, Nancy has been a psychotherapist in private practice for thirteen years. She provides individual and couples counseling, workshops and group therapy. She focuses on anxiety and mood disorders; marital, relationship, and transition issues; and specializes in helping mothers with postpartum depression and perinatal mood disorders. She is pursuing her interest in writing and is currently a contributing writer on the subjects of health, wellness, and everyday living for newspapers and magazines.
Nancy enjoys practicing yoga, entertaining in their home, collecting antiques and flower arranging. Together, Nancy and Jack share a love of travel, snow skiing, biking, and are diligently working on improving their homemade cupcakes.
Nancy is grateful for her blessings and she thanks Jack, her children, mom, and all of her friends and family for their love and support.
A favorite quote:
“The miracle is this – the more we share, the more we have.”
~ Leonard Nimoy