Jacqueline J. Nance is the CEO of Ace Entertainment Management, LLC. Ace provides a variety of professional services focusing on writing/producing, branding, marketing & promotions as well as project management and artist development. She is also the CEO of On My Time TV, LLC, a subscription based streaming channel that gives content creators a platform to showcase their work and build a monetary audience. Affectionately known as J. Nance by industry friends and clients she is passionate about preparing her clients for the challenges they may face in entertainment. J. Nance sits on the board for The Carol Maraj Foundation which helps families dealing with domestic violence. For multiple years she was a member of the Atlanta Chapter of the Recording Academy as well as Georgia Music Partners.
As a TV/Film/Music Executive she has worked alongside George Tillman, Jr. and NBA legend Isaiah Thomas as an Executive Producer of the NBA documentary Pride, Poise, & Dedication. J. Nance is also a PA on the feature film Fight Valley starring Meisha Tate, Holly Holm & Cris Cyborg all UF stars. She is the Executive Producer of "Who is Carol Maraj" a Documentary-series on the mother of Nicki Minaj which has appearances of multiple mothers of other celebrities such as Beverly Broadus Green (son Snoop Dogg) Lorna Wyatt (daughter KeKe Wyatt).
For over a decade, she worked as a Deputy Sheriff and now uses those experiences as an opportunity to help tell stories and as a writer cultivate the story line for the drama series 30331.