Nancy Osborne

Director of Church Based Programs - Georgia

Nancy joined Lifeline in June 2021 and serves as the Director of Church Based Programs. She was born in West Virginia, but spent most of her life in South Florida. She re-located to Georgia in 2019. Nancy received both her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Master’s degree in Mental Health/Counseling Psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, Florida. She is also currently pursuing a PhD in Psychology from Liberty University. Most of Nancy’s family resides across various locations in Florida. She followed God’s call on her life to re-locate to northeast Georgia in 2019, but has the chance to visit Florida quite often and still considers it to be home. Nancy absolutely loves college football!! She loves to travel in the US and abroad – to keep up connections with dear friends/family and to visit exciting places. Also, if there is a theme park and/or water (ocean, beach, boats) of some kind involved, that is even better! Nancy enjoy reading, swimming/relaxing poolside, and meaningful conversations. “Throughout my 20+ year career in social services, I have always carried a passion and desire for The Church to be more directly involved in serving vulnerable children and families. And I am now thrilled to be a part of the mission of Lifeline. What a blessing!”