"Don't be the cause of someone else's struggle. Be the light they need and the reason they get through it" -Up Struggle
In this keynote Tracey will share some of her own personal struggles along with a step-by-step formula she created to help women get through struggles of any magnitude.
"Struggles start off neutral, you get to choose the meaning they have in your life"
If you are looking for a dynamic speaker Tracey is your gal. She delivers inspiration infused with humor and entertainment. In this keynote she aims to eliminate shame surrounding struggles, help women feel less alone, and provide a healthy perspective on struggles.
"Social media is here to stay, so why not use it to serve you instead of allowing it to use you."-Tracey Ferrin
In this presentation Tracey shares firsthand experiences with the reality of being a content creator with over 1/2 million followers across all her platforms. The positive and the negative, because with anything, there are always two sides.
She intertwines data from some of the greatest minds in the digital space, with story telling to make the data digestible. This inspiring and interactive talk will help the youth understand that they have more control over their lives than they think, starting with how they choose to use social media.
"Social media allows good people to do more good and bad people to do more bad."
X2 Employee Appreciation Events
X1 Retiree Event
Keynote for a Women's Conference-Bammel Church of Christ
Keynote/Training for a Missionary Zone Conference-Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Guest Speaker @
Galena Park/Jacinto City
Keynote Speaker for Houston Metropolitan
Just Own You Summit Speaker
Stronger Cord Zoom Call Guest Speaker
Morning Show with Angel Tuccy & Tina Torres
Speakers Workshop Zoom Call Guest Speaker
SIM Women Houston Guest Speaker
The Alchemy Lab with Colm Holland (Mastermind behind the Alchemy Lab book publishing)
Inspired Living with Dr. Shawn Horn
Lemonade Legend with Michelle Faust
The Quac is EXTRA with Vicky & Alissa
Why NOT Me Academy with Meilani Hock
Making IT with Kyler Miles
Entrepreneur Talks with Yola Bastos
Donita Mama Bear with Donita Wheeler
Day In-Day Out with Muyiwa Adebiyi
Braving The Journey with Zach Mathers
Just Own You with Jessica Peterson
Badass Soul Seeking Warrior with Annie M. Fonte
The Fall Forward Radio with Rob & J Hawk
Real Talk with Ricci & Robbie
Crushing Chaos with Crystal McGarth
The Shit Show Of My Twenties with Sophia Lorena
Entrepreneur Talks with Yola Bastos
Not This Podcast with Tina
College Talks & More (Featured along side Jon Gordon)
The Emily Adams Show
"Mother Teresa said, "I alone cannot change the world but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples."
Each of you have cast your stone into the waters of MDACC. Many ripples you have witnessed up close and some you have never seen. But I assure you, just because you can't see them, doesn't mean they don't exist."
(Out of over 100 retirees that attended this event, the MDACC retirees in the picture, are all cancer THRIVERS)
"Because of you, my girls never had to read the , "I love you and I'm sorry...." letters I wrote.
Because of you, I hold titles like mother, wife, daughter, sisters, friend, and group fitness instructor.
Because of you, I have celebrated many birthdays and holidays with my family.
Because of you, I get to show my children what a strong, confident, kind, and thriving woman looks like.
Because of you, I am able to give hope to cancer patients and thrivers like myself and show them whats possible after cancer.
Because of you, I am able to help many individuals through their struggles by lifting them up and instilling hope into their hearts.
Because of you, I live a fulfilling, limitless, and joyful life. Anything less than that would be lacking gratitude for all your effort and sacrifice in saving my life."
"I had the most wonderful team. It's because of them and many other MD Anderson employees that today I am the wife to the most amazing husband ever, a mother to four beautiful children, a sister to three siblings, a daughter to parents who took care of me throughout this whole ordeal, a niece, a granddaughter, and a friend."