Topics: Unlocking Motivation, Crisis Leadership, Dynamics of Leaders, Co-Leaders, and Followers, Women in Leadership, Ethics & Excellence, and Engaging Employees in the Age of Millenials!
Travels From: Pennsylvania
Author, speaker, Air Force Academy graduate, decorated Veteran, and international leadership expert, Tracey C. Jones is the President of Tremendous Leadership.
She is passionate about lifelong learning and her career spans top positions in four major industries from the military to high tech to defense contracting and publishing.
She is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy, a decorated veteran who served in the First Gulf War and Bosnian War. She is also a business expert with over 5 years experience in a Fortune 500 company, earned an MBA in Global Management, and is completing her doctoral dissertation in leadership through Lancaster Bible College (2019).
Tracey is also a faculty member of the prestigious Institute for Organization Management (IOM) and was awarded a Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary PhD) from Central Penn College in 2017.
Tracey believes you'll be the same person five years from now except for two things: the people you meet and the books you read.
She is the author of eight books which teach character and proactive life skills to learners of all ages.
She released Beyond Tremendous: Raising the Bar on Life to help others move beyond the ordinary to generate their best identity. Her next book, A Message to Millennials, encourages the next generation of leaders by teaching the importance of followership. Her latest book, Spark: Five Steps to Igniting the Greatness Within, is due for release in 2019 and includes her doctoral research.
Tracey's company funds a trust which has donated almost $2 Million USD to local homeless shelters, recovery outreach and mission groups, disaster recovery organizations and scholarships to local colleges in the past ten years.
Investing into multiple boards, Tracey also is an approved presenter for the prestigious Institute of Organization Management (IOM) with the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation where she teaches a half day seminar on Building Better Boards.
Tracey also speaks for colleges and other non-profit groups on how to build and operate exemplary boards. Tracey enjoys the outdoors, biking, traveling, spending time with her pack of rescue pets, and giving others the tools to live a tremendous life.