Tracey Pearson is a serial entrepreneur, launch and growth expert in multiple industries including technology, consumer fashion, publishing, beauty, health and wellness, and non-profit sector. Currently a Marketing Strategist for Relus Technologies, an IT solutions provider with a focus on a data center transformation, cloud enablement, and the delivery of top IT talent. In 2014, Tracey launched her initiative, Prissy Tomboy Athletics. Her goal is not only to impact a whole generation and create strong, confident women leaders, but above all her mission is to give girls a healthy outlet. Through her Prissy Tomboy efforts, Tracey has been seen on the cover of Best Self Magazine, Fox 5, Better is Possible by Plywood People, and many various media publications. Tracey has spoken to over 50,000 girls across the country on confidence, self love and healthy body image. Tracey’s entrepreneurial speaking engagements include Judson Women’s Leadership Conference, Summit Business Education, and Plywood Presents. She is a member of Launchpad 2X and winner of various pitch events across the southeast. Tracey also founded the Soda Group in 2003. As an expert in fashion and beauty, her work has been seen in publications such as Allure, Elle, Lucky, and Vogue magazine. She has developed teams for over 25 NYC Fashion week runways, as well as film, TV, print and music productions around the world. Tracey spent many years as an Art Director and Business Development educator for various international beauty and apparel brands. Tracey’s philanthropic background includes the creation of a mini-salon at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and volunteering as a youth athletic coach for more than 20 years. With a passion for health and fitness, she starts the mornings as an fitness instructor with the American Bootcamp Company for more than 8 years.