Cincinnati Art Center
Clay Street Project, P&G - an innovation think tank
Procter & Gamble
Worthington Steel Industries
"Tracy is a bright light to anyone, anytime, anywhere!!! She is a gifted coach with an eye to potential and an ear to what needs to be said and heard! Every time we work together we are better for it and as a team member on any project, she is a creative, solid voice and valued contributor."
"Tracy has worked with many of our innovation teams to develop their capacity for improvisation thinking–leading to breakthrough ideas for our consumers. She is highly creative and collaborative. Tracy's presence simply inspires others to do their very best work."
"Tracy is consistently praised by our team members -- they love her presence, appreciate the lessons she teaches and leave her sessions with energy and new understandings. We rely on her to bring her unique enthusiasm, skill and insight to teach our teams new ways to work with one another. She is a joy to work with -- always asking for feedback on how to improve, and reminding us the power of bringing improvisational thinking into the work place."
"Tracy consistently is one of our team's favorite inspirational speakers and now one of the clay street project's adjunct faculty. Time spent with her is always interactive with great lessons learned. The teams always walk away with life lessons that change the way that they work, interact with one another and sometime how they live life. She is always a team favorite and they practice her teachings through out their time at the clay street project. I can't think of an organization that wouldn't benefit from experiencing Tracy."