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On the Air With Tracey Lewis-Giggetts

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As a writer, editor, educator and entrepreneur, Tracey Michae’l Lewis-Giggetts offers those who hear her speak and read her work an authentic experience; an opportunity to explore the intersection of identity, faith, and purpose at the deepest level. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from the University of Kentucky, an M.B.A. degree in Marketing from Montclair State University in New Jersey, and an M.F.A in Creative Writing from Fairleigh-Dickinson University. She is an adjunct professor at Rosemont College, Philadelphia University and the Community College of Philadelphia.

As a writer, Tracey has published two award-winning poetry collections and is the author of four additional books, including The Integrated Church: Strategies for Multicultural Ministry (Beacon Hill) and her most recent novel, The Next Thing is Joy: The Gospel According to Vivian Grace. Additionally, Lewis’ writing has been published in local, regional, and national publications as well as online at theRoot.com, MyBrownBaby.com, xoJane.com, and more. This Louisville, KY native most recently served as the Managing Editor at CLC Publications, where she was involved in shaping the work of wonderful writers like Fred Hartley, Matt Mitchell, and others.A dynamic and compelling communicator, Lewis has spoken in national venues across the country on a number of important topics and platforms. In 2007, she served as a break-out speaker at the MINISTRYCOM conference in Nashville, TN and her dynamic presentation on Marketing to a Multi-cultural Audience still garners positive reviews today. She conducts workshops across the country and has provided keynote addresses for several non-profit organizations.

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