Nancy Carol Carter is a distinguished scholar focusing her studies and writings on horticultural history, particularly the remarkable life and contributions of Kate Sessions, as well as the captivating history of Balboa Park. As the associate editor of California Garden magazine, she continues to delve into the fascinating world of horticulture.
Nancy holds an impressive array of degrees, including a B.S., M.S., M.S.L.S., and J.D. Her rich educational background enhances her expertise in the subject matter. Formerly associated with the University of San Diego School of Law, Nancy now brings her wealth of knowledge and experience to the Osher Lifelong Learning program. Her passion for horticultural history and her engaging approach make her an invaluable instructor for eager learners.