Born in Hilo, Hawaii, Nancy Lockwood's sense of adventure began at an early age. She crossed the U.S. to living in Maryland and North Carolina as well as spending three years in Europe. Nancy is no stranger to world travel, and no stranger to Alaska. She spent time in Fairbanks as a youth, and before assuming her reporting role in front of the camera in November 2012, Nancy worked behind the scenes at Channel 2 in Anchorage for nearly two years.
Nancy graduated from Elon University in North Carolina with degrees in both Journalism and Philosophy and embarked on her television career beginning in production at WXII Winston-Salem. Nancy jokes that she went from southern biscuits and gravy to southwestern breakfast burritos when her career path next led to KOAT in Albuquerque where she assumed the role of Director/Technical Director and Master Control Operator.
Eventually, however, the majesty of the Last Frontier drew Nancy back to the 49th State she now calls home. She joined KTUU in March of 2011 as part of the Operations crew on "The Morning Edition."
Finally, after a decade of experience behind the scenes, Nancy made the move to on-camera reporting for KTUU in November 2012. Her vast experience in live television is only exceeded by her enthusiasm for story gathering and exploring Alaska, beginning with the opportunities her own community has to offer.
When not at work, Nancy enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, and she has an avid interest in cycling.