Nancy D. Berman is a community leader with a demonstrated record of service through volunteerism, board and committee memberships, and philanthropic leadership with a variety of affiliations and nonprofit organizations. Berman’s professional background is in marketing and her most recent endeavor is as the CEO and Founder of NANDANIE, a luxury fashion brand whose mission is to inspire confidence, build community, and empower women. Prior to launching NANDANIE, Berman applied her creativity as owner of an artisanal cakery.
Berman has served as the President of Yad Ezra, an organization that provides kosher food to vulnerable Jewish families in Southeast Michigan and was their 2021 dinner honoree along with her three children. She is also involved with Asra Kedisha, an organization for the preservation of Jewish cemeteries and gravesites throughout the world and has travelled to Cairo, Egypt to survey the restoration of the largest Jewish cemetery in the world. She currently serves on the Executive Board of the Frankel Jewish Academy, is a founding member of Kehillat Etz Chayim in Detroit, and is a member of The International Society of Female Professionals, the Accessories Council, BasBlue Detroit, Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, the American Jewish Committee, AIPAC, and FIDF. Berman lives in Huntington Woods, Michigan.