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Nan Street


Nan Street


Nan Street is a former executive in the Insurance and Risk Management Industry.  She spent the bulk of her career as a national sales and account management leader in the Managed Care and Cost Containment sectors. Six years ago, Ms. Street decided to take six months off to focus on family.  That ‘sabbatical’ turned into a full-blown passion for philanthropy and serving her community.  The skills she developed through the years – process improvement, solution strategies, client retention, planning and analysis – have served her well outside the corporate world. 

Ms. Street had been been actively involved in several organizations throughout her professional life including The Alliance of Women in Worker’s Compensation – a think tank of engaged female thought leaders committed to discussing the challenges and emerging trends in worker’s compensation with the goal of idea-sharing, networking and insight gathering and Kid’s Chance – a non-profit organization that provides educational scholarships to children of Georgia workers who have been seriously, catastrophically or fatally injured in work- related accidents.

Currently Ms. Street sits on the United Way’s Advisory Board for Clayton County, Georgia – one of the most economically challenged areas in metro-Atlanta. She is a member of the Revenue Committee for Out Teach and VP of Philanthropy of the National Charity League. Ms. Street is also a member of the Women’s Giving Circle for the Woodruff Arts Center, and sits on the fund-raising Host Committee for the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Hope and Will Ball.  Nan is a cancer survivor of 20 years. She lives in Atlanta and has three children  - ages 27, 21 and 15. 

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Advancing Cancer Care through Partnerships and Innovation

Georgia CORE is a statewide nonprofit that leverages partnerships and innovation to attract more clinical trials, increase research, and promote education and early detection to improve cancer care for Georgians in rural, urban, and suburban communities across the state.