Jennifer's message is not what you’d expect from a woman whose life seemed "over" almost two decades ago.
Jennifer Tracy has shared her message of HOPE with countless thousands... she is a highly sought-after author, transformational speaker, life coach, and mental health advocate. Jennifer began her career as an inspirational speaker five years after the death of her husband and daughter in 2004.
Within a year of this life-altering crash, Jennifer was diagnosed not only with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) but also a brain malformation.
Drawing from decades of lived experience, she shares a message of HOPE, provides practical insights, and inspires others to find the courage to overcome some of the toughest challenges we face today; depression, grief, PTSD, anxiety, and even suicidal ideation.
In her book, From the Deepest Darkness to the Light of Hope, Jennifer lets down her guard in her uniquely brave and beautiful way, to allow those who are suffering inside her mind as her story lights the way to what is possible, despite the impact of multiple traumatic life experiences.
Jennifer's mind, body and spirit approach to initiate positive change in people's lives has made her a true force for good in the world.
Jennifer has been featured in the media – on multiple news channels, in newspapers, and in other outlets. The Colorado Department of Transportation honored Jennifer and her daughters on the Colorado Rockies Field for her speaking efforts. Her story of forgiveness has also reached a national audience through the Good Housekeeping Magazine, Leading Hearts Magazine for Christian Women in Leadership, and live on Bridges CTN.
Instead of being a victim of these circumstances, with God's help, Jennifer focused on being a survivor and forged all of these events into something significant and positive.
For over a decade, Jennifer’s keynote speeches, programs, and books have taught others the importance of living in the moment and empowered them to find the courage to never give up.
No matter the situation, you’ll love transformational speaker, author, coach, and advocate Jennifer Tracy.
What I've discovered is that change takes time, especially if you are struggling with grief, or any mental health battle.
She was also recognized as a Colorado Woman of Influence in 2014.
She has served on the Colorado Task Force for Drunk and Impaired Driving since 2010. Her family's story of forgiveness, hope, and courage has been shared on Denver Channel 7 News, Channel 9 News, and in countless newspapers, The Reporter-Herald in 2017.