Woodhullandwatson.com unites the legacy of the late Nancy J Woodhull with the ongoing work of William D. Watson and Tennessee Jane Watson.

Nancy J Woodhull
was a pioneering journalist and feminist, who died of cancer in 1997. She believed in the power of diversity and innovative thinking to improve her profession and change the world for the better.
William D Watson, her husband, fellow journalist and business partner, continues Nancy's work in this virtual space along with Tennessee Jane Watson, her daughter, a documentary maker and youth media educator.

Current projects:

*A book about Nancy’s life with all proceeds going to the National Women’s Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, N.Y., where Nancy served as president from 1990 to 1996 and the International Women’s Media Foundation in Washington, D.C., which Nancy helped found.

*A multi-million dollar capital campaign for the National Women’s Hall of Fame to fulfill Nancy’s dream of a new 30,000 square foot home in the historic Seneca Knitting Mill in Seneca Falls.

*Audio and multimedia documentary work

*Youth media education

*Organizational support for Step-by-Step, Inc. a nonprofit organization working with women in prison to help them rebuild their lives.

Past projects:
Other work has included websites for Colby College and Friends of Women’s Rights national Park, Inc., documentary video for United Way in New York’s Southern Tier communities and a study of media images of the nursing profession.

Tennessee lives in Brooklyn and is working on an MFA in Integrated Media Arts at Hunter College. Bill has an office in Rochester, NY.  We sometimes retreat to a former school house in Grafton, VT for inspiration. It was owned by Lucy Daniels a shirt-tail great aunt , but our work travels wherever it needs to.

Contact us for more information:
William Watson, bwatsonb@rochester.rr.com

Tennesseee Watson, tennessee.watson@gmail.com

Please keep in touch.