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Nancy Sirmay Banker, American healthcare executive, educator. Certified teacher, California 1970. Research grantee Office Career Education, Washington, 1978-1979; fellow State of California, San Francisco, 1968-1970, Institute for Education Leadership, Washington, 1977-1978; Mills College scholar, 1963-1967, California State scholar, 1963-1967.


Banker, Nancy Sirmay was born on November 27, 1944 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Maximillian Paul and Lillian (Steinkohl) Sirmay.


Bachelor, Mills College, 1967. Master of Arts, San Francisco State University, 1970.


Program manager, education research & development, Far West Laboratory, San Francisco, 1972-1980;regional manager, Center Resource Management Sopris West, San Francisco, 1980-1982;vice president, California Emergency Physicians Medical Group MedAm., Oakland, California, 1982-1989;president, Entremed, Oakland, 1989-1993. Adjunct faculty Golden Gate U., Walnut Creek, California, since 1989, St. Mary's College, Moraga, California, since 1990, California College Podiatric Medicine, since 1991. Secretary, board directors Career Resources Development Center, San Francisco, 1989-1993, vice chair, since 1993.

Finance partner Hermes Fund, Ltd., Oakland, 1989-1993, presiding partner, since 1993. Vice president Levison Associations, Inc., since 1993.


President Oakland/Piedmont Jewish Community Center, 1980-1982. Board directors Jewish Federation of Greater East Bay, Oakland, 1980-1986. Member Health Care Executives Northern California, Women Health Care Executives, The Health Care Forum, Mills College Alumnae Association (branch board directors 1990-1992), R & R: The Physician Relations Group.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: music, ice skating, bicycling.


Married Richard Banker, September 10, 1969. 1 child, Sam.