Nancy Painter Paup

Last modified on: 04-12-2022 11:55:20

Board Member
(Library and Archives Commission, Texas State)

Entered Office: 04-12-2022 Term Ends: 09-28-2027

General Information

Home Town: Fort Worth

Personal Information

Nancy Painter Paup of Fort Worth manages and directs business, real estate, and ranching interests in Texas and is actively involved in the arts and historical preservation efforts throughout the state. She serves on the Humanities Texas Board, the Cultural Foundation of the Texas Panhandle Advisory Board, and the Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership at Texas Woman’s University (TWU) Advisory Council. She is a member of the Philosophical Society of Texas and co-founder of the Nancy P. and Thaddeus E. Paup Lecture Series and the Pioneering Women: Leaders and Trailblazers Book Series at TWU. She is a former gubernatorial appointee on TWU’s Board of Regents and a former member of the Texas State Historical Association Board at The University of Texas at Austin and the Center for Teaching Excellence Advisory Board at Texas A&M University. She remains actively involved in publications at Texas A&M University, including the Nancy and Ted Paup Ranching Heritage Book Series and is an ordained elder at First Presbyterian Church of Fort Worth. Paup received a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Master of Education from TWU. Her post-graduate studies include attending Dartmouth College, Harvard University, and The Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania. She received certifications in fund development, strategic leadership, and private wealth management, respectively.