Meet Tracy Schmitt
Tracy is UNSTOPPABLE - and not just because she was cameoed in the movie Robo Cop.
Oprah Magazine featured 'Raw Beauty' Unstoppable Tracy during her latest adventure as Quest for the Gold Athlete who competed in World Cup Olympic Class Sailing! Most recently seen on 'A Voice for All' and was Thrive’s magazine cover girl. Unstoppable Tracy, has climbed mountains in Nepal, captained 110-foot-tall ship in the Eastern Atlantic, won a bronze medal in para-alpine skiing trial and she's funny too.
Oh, did I mention she was born a 4-way amputee?
Unstoppable Tracy is an award winning Leader, Humanitarian, Advocate, Decorated Athlete, International Speaker delivering the Lim[b]itless Secret. Now she adds author to her long list of amazing accomplishments. Cup of Chicken Soup for the Soul endorsed her upcoming book ‘Unstoppable YOU; Exceed Uncertainty, Embrace Possibilities, Earn Independence’.
Tracy doesn't just talk high performance in business...she lives it. As Corporate Consultant while at Air Canada (AC) and Shoppers Drug Mart (SDM) she worked simultaneously with management and unions over the competing demands of airline bankruptcy looming and pharmaceutical reform to facilitating restructuring plans that enabled AC and SDM to maintain their high standards providing numerous award winning training programs. When Tracy didn't get Rio, she was sought after for the Planning and Integration of the Pan Am and Parapan Am games in which she supported the largest most successful games ever.
Let Unstoppable Tracy transform an Unstoppable YOU in business and in life!
Education & Training
Tracy earned her Honours Degree in Recreational and Leisure Studies, a Bachelor of Education with an Integrated Arts specialty, and her Master's in Business Administration from the Rotman School of Business.
She also has several certifications from leading training companies that enable her to create programs and develop leadership skills in business leaders and front line staff to inspire your organization to be more customer service oriented.
Tracy shares her award-winning experiences with audiences all over the world
Every job, school and volunteer organization Tracy touches she is awarded and given accolades of appreciation for her professional and educational contributions. Perhaps the most prestigious being nominated for the Premier of Ontario 2006 and 2007 for her work in under developed countries.