Maureen Drown Nunn

Maureen Drown Nunn is a teacher, author, speaker, trainer, interpreter, and a mother of five.

Her career has spanned a variety of disciplines, including her current outreach efforts as an interpreter for Doctors Without Borders.

Mrs. Nunn was the host of a television talk show Moments with Maureen, a 30-minute syndicated program that lept high above standard talk shows to help everyday people overcome everyday challenges, by learning from others who had overcome adversity and succeeded.

Not only is she an experienced television host with over 15 years in the entertainment business, her other successful nationally syndicated show, Everyday Heroes, won a Cable Ace award.

Mrs. Nunn also hosted a weekly Spanish call-in show with Lety Dominguez Bolivar called Comunidad Latina con Maria y Lety, and was awarded three Diamond Awards and a President’s Award. She studied Spanish in school and found that her language skills created opportunities to hurdle cultural barriers and help others to succeed.

Mrs. Nunn managed her career while being a mother and achieved success in both her professional and her family life.

She attended Purdue University and obtained her MA in Spanish/Education from the University of Southern California. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.