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First Incentive Travel is specialized in creative incentive and meeting planning throughout the USA with offices in Orlando, San Francisco, and New York
has had her
own production and consulting company since 1983.
is a feature film production company (movies) that is part of a consortium of 29 companies in 29 countries.
They have their own distribution sales force (nearly 600 salesmen in more than 100 countries).
brings to clients and associates not only all her
years of experience as a producer, but also her
extensive track record as an executive in advertising, packaging, development, programming, sales and marketing.
Since forming her company, Dockry has served as a producer and as a consultant on a wide rage of projects for major studios as well as independent production and investment companies.
From 1981 through 1982 Dockry was Vice President of Television at Columbia Pictures.
was responsible for merging Time-Life Television with the Columbia Division.
oversaw all the development and production of television movies, mini-series, specials, and reality programming.
Prior to the merger with Columbia Dockry headed Time Life Film/Television.
There she oversaw all acquisitions, development, production and sales.
From1979 to1980, Dockry served as Vice President Television at MCA-Universal.
Duties included development, sales, production, budget and talent.
Projects included Mazada, Battlestar Galactica, Semi-Tough, Rockford, Minnesota Strip and Nobody's Perfect.
Prior to joining MCA-Universal, Nancy was Vice President of Nephi Productions where she was responsible for development and production, including movies, mini-series, children's programs, game shows, serials, and syndicated programs.
These included The Cheap Show, Gaugin, Maneaters and Guess It.
While at the William Morris Agency, Nancy was senior agent and vice president with overall responsibility for specials, daytime, and syndication programming for both the east and west coasts.
At the same time she
handled all phases of packaging for primetime series, movies for television, mini-series and specials for ABC.
As Vice President of Advertising for American Home Products (now Wyeth), from 1970 to 1975, Dockry supervised all aspects of the corporations in-house agency as well as coordinating the outside agencies.
was responsible for more than $200, 000, 000 in advertising expenditures annually.
In addition, she selected and supervised production of all corporate owned day and night TV network series, specials and syndicated programming.
Nancy was also a member of the Corporate Acquisitions and Mergers Committee.
On special assignments served as acting president of the subsidiary Home Products de Mexico and also Home Products de Brazil.
Prior to joining American Home Products, Dockry progressed from a successful freelance writing career (during college) of scripts for daytime serials, primetime comedies, and short stories (magazines) to entry in the corporate training program at ABC (the only woman In the 12 years of this program).
Subsequently, she served as an account executive and than as an account supervisor for Proctor and Gamble at Dancer, Fitzgerald, Sample (now Saatchi and Saatchi).
traveled extensively as a child with her
father a professional baseball player.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Syracuse in Chemical Engineering and a Ph.D. in mathematics from Columbia.
Dockry is on the Board of Directors of the Entertainment Industries Council
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A veteran producer of television series such as Mike Hammer and numerous independent feature films, Nancy Dockry
spends much of her time traveling the world to oversee productions and negotiate foreign investment and finance packages for films.