Nancy has been training dogs since 1984. She has a Masters degree in Education and teaches high school mathematics for Loudoun County Public Schools. She has competed with Australian Shepherds and Border Collies in the highest levels of agility, obedience, rally obedience, flyball, and herding, locally and nationally. Her dogs have earned titles in numerous registries: AKC agility (MX, MXJ), obedience (OTCH, UDX, and multiple HIT & HC awards), rally obedience (RAE), and herding; USDAA and NADAC: agility, including the championship titles, ADCH and NATCH, respectively; UKC obedience (U-UD) and agility (UAGII), ASCA obedience (UD), herding (STDs, STDd)), and agility; and NAFA flyball (30,000 point Grand Champion title). The majority of her dogs have also earned both the CGC and TDI titles. Special achievements for Nancy's dogs include: third national ranking for ASCA Utility in 1993 and fifth national ranking for ASCA Utility in 1995 (Annie); third national ranking for ASCA Novice in 2003 (Riley); USDAA Top Ten Snooker Master for 1996 (Skye); eighth place in 20? at the 1998 NADAC Nationals (Riley), and top thirty in 20? at the AKC Nationals in 2000 (Riley). She currently owns four Border Collies with whom she competes in agility, obedience, rally obedience, and flyball. In addition, she has put numerous agility titles on a Border Terrier who is presently working toward his AKC MACH title. Nancy's hobbies include gardening, sports, reading, and raising Katahdin sheep, pygmy goats, and chickens on her 16 acre farm in Waterford, VA.