Nancy Redd is an award-winning on-air host, a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author, a GLAAD Award-nominee for outstanding digital journalism, and an acclaimed expert on body positivity and self-acceptance. Called “the perfect combination of style and substance” by Essence magazine, Nancy holds an honors degree in women’s studies from Harvard University.
As one of the founding talk show hosts on The Huffington Post's digital network, a co-host on FOX's So-Me TV and a guest on Home & Family, The Today Show, GMA, and more, Nancy has made international headlines and anchored conversations with thousands of thought leaders and celebrities—talking toxic masculinity with Terry Crews, getting cheesy with Chrissy Teigen, remembering the moon landing with Buzz Aldrin, debating dating with Steve Harvey, and crying about divorce with Sesame Street's Abby Cadabby.
Nancy's latest book, Pregnancy, OMG!, is the first-ever photographic guide to pregnancy and was called “the ultimate how-to for anyone who’s got a bun in the oven” by OK! magazine.
In college, Nancy won $250,000 on Who Wants to be a Millionaire? and was named one of Harvard Magazine's Top Six Seniors and one of Glamour Magazine's Top Ten College Women. Two weeks after graduating from Harvard, Nancy earned the title of Miss Virginia 2003, and placed in the top ten and won a preliminary swimsuit award her year at Miss America.
She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, actor & writer Rupak Ginn, and their two children, August and Nancy.
"An unflinching look at pregnancy issues not often talked about, including depression, varicose veins — and even lactating third boobs." - PEOPLE
"Redd decided to write her own tome on sharing your body with someone else for approximately 40 to 42 weeks, and we’re all better off for her efforts. From swollen fingers to blue vulvas, no topic is off limits." - TIME