Multi-talented William Woods University graduate Romney Oualline Nesbitt will return to campus Friday (Jan. 23) to speak about her career “From Artist to Minister, Author and Teacher–A Career In Progress!”
Her presentation will be at noon in the Ivy Room (on the lower level of Tucker Dining Hall). Part of the Alumni Speaker Series, the event is free and open to the public.
Nesbitt has worked in the art field for more than 30 years as a fine artist, art teacher, college professor, illustrator and courtroom artist. She is the author of “Secrets of a Creativity Coach” and pens the column “Ask a Creativity Coach” for Art Focus Oklahoma Magazine.
She received a bachelor of fine arts from WWU in 1977, a master of arts from the University of Tulsa and a Master of Divinity from Philips Theological Seminary. The Rev. Nesbitt is an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). She is a member of the Creativity Coaching Association and Spiritual Directors International.
While on campus, she will make presentations for WWU honors students and a creative writing class, and meet with student artists. Her son, Hunter Nesbitt, graduated from WWU in 2007, and her niece, Anna Farha, is a freshman.