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Jun 27, 2018

Join Mike Domitrz and Tracy Maxwell discussing surviving reoccurring cancer and mindfulness. Plus, Tracy's work with preventing hazing.

Tracy Maxwell BIO:

One thing that is true of Tracy across all of her varied work and volunteer endeavors over the past twenty-five years is that she sees and values people (and organizations) for who they really are, and is committed to helping them reach their highest potential. She is authentic and straightforward in her communication, and she absolutely embodies the qualities of challenge and support. You can guarantee that she sees what you are capable of, and doesn’t hesitate to hold you accountable to that, while nurturing, guiding and supporting you every step of the way.

Tracy is a starter. She sees vacuums that need to be filled and she fills them. From launching a student-led service organization on a campus, to creating a successful new department at CAMPUSPEAK, to serving on the committee that created a large new programming initiative for her international sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi, to founding and directing a nonprofit focused on hazing prevention to writing a book and creating an organization to serve single cancer survivors, Tracy takes big actions to meet societal needs.

She has been recognized for her work four times by the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors, most recently with the Distinguished Service Award in 2007. In 2013 she was recognized by the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values, Triangle Fraternity, the Denver Alumnae Panhellenic, and as an AOII Founder’s Award recipient for her work with hazing prevention.

An excellent writer and communicator, Tracy has facilitated hundreds of workshops, and presented dozens of keynote speeches to a wide variety of audiences, published dozens of articles and hundreds of blogs in addition to a book released in 2014: Being Single, With Cancer: A Solo Survivor’s Guide to Life, Love, Health & Happiness. But her favorite way to connect and serve is through advising, coaching, consulting and mentoring. She most enjoys and excels at one-on-one and small group guidance, and her clients speak highly of the value she brings at all levels.

http://www.iamtracymaxwell.com/

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