BUTLER COUNTY AUDITOR
NANCY NIX, CPA
Education and Experience
Nancy's education and experience have prepared her well for the statutory responsibilities of County Auditor. Nancy earned a Bachelor of Science Degree with a double major in Accounting and Marketing from Truman State University in Kirksville, MO (1992) and acquired her CPA license. She earned her MBA from Miami University in August 2012. Additionally, Nancy is a graduate of the Jo Ann Davidson Leadership Institute, 2003, and a graduate of two Butler County Chamber Leadership programs - Middletown, 2000, and Hamilton, 2006.
During her time as County Treasurer (2007-2023), Nancy served as a board member of the County Treasurers Association of Ohio (CTAO) from 2016-2021 and served as President in 2020. She was on the CTAO Legislative committee from 2007-2023 and served as Secretary/Treasurer of the Southwest Ohio District Treasurers' Association.
In 2012, Nancy was instrumental in instituting the Butler County Land Reutilization Corporation (Land Bank), which has been awarded millions in blight funding.
Before becoming the Butler County Treasurer, Nancy worked in the private sector as a Private Banking Manager for USBank, a staff accountant for Clark, Schaefer, Hackett & Co, CPAs, and Plant Controller for Corson Packaging of Ohio. Nancy also served as a Middletown City Council member for four years (2002-2005); two of those years included serving as Vice Mayor.
Community involvement is a high priority for Auditor Nix, a valuable lesson learned in her youth from her parents' civic participation. Nancy has been a Court Appointed Special Advocate for abused/neglected children of the nonprofit organization Parachute/CASA; is currently a bookkeeper for C3-Caring Community Collaborative; Treasurer/Secretary of her neighborhood homeowner association; and serves on the Government Relations Task Force for the Chamber of Commerce Serving Middletown, Monroe and Trenton. Nancy served several terms on Middletown Civil Service Commission. Nancy is also a very active member of the County Republican Party.
In November 2021, the West Chester-Liberty Chamber Alliance named Nancy as one of their "Women of Excellence" award winners.