About the author

Tracy Nicole

As a writer Tracy’s first novel, Who Said Peaches Were Perfect?, was the editor’s pick for Jet magazine and Tracy was tagged as a hot new voice on the writing scene in July of 2010.  Dallas Weekly said, “Tracy Nicole manages to create identifiable characters with real issues and that’s what readers want…”

Tracy Nicole is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. She attended Florida A&M University where she received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy. Tracy currently serves as the president of All Grown Up, Inc., a non-profit organization whose mission is to positively impact the community by breaking the cycles of poverty and increasing self-esteem through health, social, educational, vocational, and financial literacy workshops that empower the development of teen and pre-teen females.

As an Entrepreneur, Tracy has been highlighted in various local and national publications including Essence, Lucky Magazine, Paper City, Jezebel and Atlanta Style.  Tracy Nicole takes the time to serve various philanthropic causes, including Our House, a homeless program for women and children and Seeds of Love, a program that benefits children living in shelters and foster homes. Tracy speaks to young adults in middle and high school to encourage them to follow their dreams. Her other honors include panelist of the first Young Women’s Leadership Conference for Essence Magazine in Atlanta on How To Brand Yourself for Success and keynote speaker at the 11th Annual Call To Womanhood Conference held in Atlanta. Tracy was listed in the 2007-2008 Honor’s Edition of Cambridge Who’s Who for Empowering Executives, Professionals & Entrepreneurs Around the Globe.

 

Tracy Nicole currently resides in Atlanta, GA with her daughters, Kennedy and Kristian.