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district] they see, and by creating a positive impact, we can set students up for a positive day in school, so that they can be open and ready to learn when they get to their classrooms.” As a First Student district manager, Nagy oversees


five locations that serve 10 school districts in Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska. She describes her leadership style as teamwork-based and said she strives to build a


relationship with each one of her managers. Nagy wants to learn their strengths and determine where they can use additional support and guidance to help strengthen themselves and achieve their goals. In her nomination, Mary Woods, First Student’s senior


marketing manager, said Nagy works by the following motto: “Being supportive of each other is not just a com- pany standard, it is a life standard.”


Nagy graduated from West Point with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and ran track and field. She also earned her MBA from University of Mary.


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