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Employment History

Founder and President of A Local Chapter of the National Sorority
University of Michigan-Dearborn

Owner
Showroom 77

Chief Executive Officer and Founder
Tracilynn Jewelry

Online Marketing
Constant Contact Inc

Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Homestead Technologies Inc

Affiliations

Board Member
Direct Selling Association companies

Education



University of Michigan-Dearborn


business
University of Pennsylvania's of Hope Award


medicine
University of Michigan

doctorate degree
theology

second doctorate degree
marketing

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TRACI LYNN JEWELRY
Traci Lynn Jewelry was established in 1989 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by its CEO and founder Dr. Traci Lynn. In 2008 Traci Lynn expanded the brand into a National Direct Sales company.
Traci Lynn believes jewelry creates an opportunity for women to own their own businesses, balance their lives, and achieve financial independence doing something they love! The opportunities are rewarding and limitless. If you desire to start your own business, earn free jewelry, or simply update your wardrobe, Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry is for you!
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Traci Lynn
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Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry is crafted from Austrian crystals, pearls, cubic zirconia, and rhodium plating and it was a big hit among celebrities backstage at the Grammy Awards Gifting Suite.
"I believe in chasing the dream," Lynn says. "I don't chase the money. And because I chase the dream and not the money, money volunteers to chase me. I can love freely.
Lynn has been serious about business ever since she was a child. Her grandmother recruited young Traci at age four to help her sell clothes out of the back of her car in West Philadelphia. "My job was to remember the clients' names and where they lived," Lynn recalls. "I had a list and I had to map out where we were going. The part I didn't like was going shopping for the merchandise with her, but I was learning about colors and styles whether I liked it or not. So my grandmother trained me not only to have fashion sense, but about entrepreneurship as well. At 15, Lynn opened a hair salon in a family-owned apartment and got her beauty-college certificate, all while saving money for college. While in high school, she got her nursing license thinking she was going to become a doctor. "My mother had programmed me to be a physician," Lynn says. "If you asked me at age four what I wanted to be when I grew up, I'd tell you that I wanted to be an OB/GYN even though I had no idea what that meant."
Lynn attended the University of Michigan-Dearborn where she was the founding president of a local chapter of the national sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. The chapter is still thriving today. While still in school, Lynn took a job as an investor information representative at mutual fund giant The Vanguard Group Inc., where she was quickly promoted to supervisor and then manager. But Lynn found herself itching to run her own business and left Vanguard to try her hand at a variety of enterprises: selling clothes out of her home, a nail technician agency, and a wedding planning company ("I had one client who ran me ragged," she says, "and I only made $2 an hour when all was said and done"). Nothing took. "I was struggling to find that one inspired idea," she says, "and it wound up being jewelry. I figured, "It's one-size-fits-all, how could you go wrong?"
Lynn launched Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry in Philadelphia in 1989. She was 25. The company, and its founder, became an inspiring local success story. In 1994, Essence magazine dubbed Lynn one of the most innovative entrepreneurs under 30. She was also featured on Good Morning America for owning one of the top-grossing businesses among young entrepreneurs and received the Madame CJ Walker Award for entrepreneur excellence. Despite all that, Lynn folded the company a few years later. "The women enjoyed the motivation, but we couldn't sustain it financially," she says.
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Every month, Lynn had given pep talks to rally her sales force. One consultant told her that Lynn reminded her of the motivational speaker Les Brown.
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After many years of traveling the world as a motivational speaker, Lynn decided to re-launch with her first catalog in 2006. This time she was able to avoid the pitfalls that cost her greatly the first time around and trusted her own entrepreneurial intuition. Her motivational message became her company's mission, and as a result, she has transformed the lives of thousands of women and men who have taken advantage of the company's business training and become entrepreneurs on their own right.
Lynn says seeing the effect the company has had on its consultants is the most gratifying part of the business. She loves the consultants and they love her. "At one of the weekend sales rallies, a 10-year-old girl stood up and read a letter that she had written me about being a witness to the changes in her mother's life," Lynn says. "Her mother had lost her job, and working with us enabled her to continue to provide for her family. But more importantly, this little girl talked about seeing her mother smile again and get excited about something. She read this letter aloud and there was not a dry eye in the place."
Over the years, Lynn has become a published author (Wealth Without Sorrow and The Mind of A Millionaire) and earned two doctorate degrees in Divinity and Theology. She continued to rack up awards, earning the University of Pennsylvania's Carrier of Hope Award for her community service and The Spirit of Greatness Award for Outstanding Leadership in Business. She also has been featured in Essence Magazine and Black Enterprise.
Lynn's goal is to continue to empower her consultants and create a legacy business. "I'm looking for the day of 50,000 consultants," she says, "then 100,000 and more". "The sky's the limit."


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TRACI LYNN JEWELRY

Traci Lynn Jewelry began in 1989 and established their first showroom in 1990 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by its CEO and founder Dr. Traci Lynn. Dr. Lynn was featured in Essence Magazine for innovation business success. She was a guest on "Good Morning America" with other young entrepreneurs who have succeeded in top-grossing businesses. For over 20 years, Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry has sold high-quality, affordable fashion jewelry through a wholesale network and direct sales. Currently, products are delivered through consultants to customers via home or office parties, personal shopping, and catalog orders. The jewelry is not only fashionably distinct; it's made of the finest quality materials. Cubic zirconia, rhodium plating, and Austrian crystals are routinely used so the products are not only affordable, but also breathtaking and beautiful.
Traci Lynn believes jewelry creates an opportunity for women to own their own businesses, balance their lives, and achieve financial independence doing something they love! The opportunities are rewarding and limitless. If you desire to start your own business, earn free jewelry, or simply update your wardrobe, Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry is for you!
We are current and active members of the Direct Selling Association (DSA) and Traci Lynn is on the DSA Board of Directors.
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Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry is crafted from Austrian crystals, pearls, cubic zirconia, and rhodium plating and it was a big hit among celebrities backstage at the Grammy Awards Gifting Suite.
"I believe in chasing the dream," Lynn says. "I don't chase the money. And because I chase the dream and not the money, money volunteers to chase me. I can love freely.
Lynn has been serious about business ever since she was a child. Her grandmother recruited young Traci at age four to help her sell clothes out of the back of her car in West Philadelphia. "My job was to remember the clients' names and where they lived," Lynn recalls. "I had a list and I had to map out where we were going. The part I didn't like was going shopping for the merchandise with her, but I was learning about colors and styles whether I liked it or not. So my grandmother trained me not only to have fashion sense, but about entrepreneurship as well. At 15, Lynn opened a hair salon in a family-owned apartment and got her beauty-college certificate, all while saving money for college. While in high school, she got her nursing license thinking she was going to become a doctor. "My mother had programmed me to be a physician," Lynn says. "If you asked me at age four what I wanted to be when I grew up, I'd tell you that I wanted to be an OB/GYN even though I had no idea what that meant."
Lynn attended the University of Michigan-Dearborn where she was the founding president of a local chapter of the national sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. The chapter is still thriving today. While still in school, Lynn took a job as an investor information representative at mutual fund giant The Vanguard Group Inc., where she was quickly promoted to supervisor and then manager. But Lynn found herself itching to run her own business and left Vanguard to try her hand at a variety of enterprises: selling clothes out of her home, a nail technician agency, and a wedding planning company ("I had one client who ran me ragged," she says, "and I only made $2 an hour when all was said and done"). Nothing took. "I was struggling to find that one inspired idea," she says, "and it wound up being jewelry. I figured, "It's one-size-fits-all, how could you go wrong?"
Lynn launched Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry in Philadelphia in 1989. She was 25. The company, and its founder, became an inspiring local success story. In 1994, Essence magazine dubbed Lynn one of the most innovative entrepreneurs under 30. She was also featured on Good Morning America for owning one of the top-grossing businesses among young entrepreneurs and received the Madame CJ Walker Award for entrepreneur excellence. Despite all that, Lynn folded the company a few years later. "The women enjoyed the motivation, but we couldn't sustain it financially," she says.
...
Every month, Lynn had given pep talks to rally her sales force. One consultant told her that Lynn reminded her of the motivational speaker Les Brown.
...
After many years of traveling the world as a motivational speaker, Lynn decided to re-launch with her first catalog in 2006. This time she was able to avoid the pitfalls that cost her greatly the first time around and trusted her own entrepreneurial intuition. Her motivational message became her company's mission, and as a result, she has transformed the lives of thousands of women and men who have taken advantage of the company's business training and become entrepreneurs on their own right.
Lynn says seeing the effect the company has had on its consultants is the most gratifying part of the business. She loves the consultants and they love her. "At one of the weekend sales rallies, a 10-year-old girl stood up and read a letter that she had written me about being a witness to the changes in her mother's life," Lynn says. "Her mother had lost her job, and working with us enabled her to continue to provide for her family. But more importantly, this little girl talked about seeing her mother smile again and get excited about something. She read this letter aloud and there was not a dry eye in the place."
Over the years, Lynn has become a published author (Wealth Without Sorrow and The Mind of A Millionaire) and earned two doctorate degrees in Divinity and Theology. She continued to rack up awards, earning the University of Pennsylvania's Carrier of Hope Award for her community service and The Spirit of Greatness Award for Outstanding Leadership in Business. She also has been featured in Essence Magazine and Black Enterprise.
Lynn's goal is to continue to empower her consultants and create a legacy business. "I'm looking for the day of 50,000 consultants," she says, "then 100,000 and more". "The sky's the limit."


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Biography of Dr. Traci Lynn
Whether she's in her role as an in-demand motivational speaker, author, or as the owner and driving force behind the hugely successful direct-sales company Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry, entrepreneur Traci Lynn has the same mission: "I call it 'passing the MIC,'" she says. "MIC: Motivate, Inspire, Change.
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Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry is crafted from Austrian crystals, pearls, cubic zirconia, and rhodium plating and it was a big hit among celebrities backstage at the Grammy Awards Gifting Suite.
"I believe in chasing the dream," Lynn says. "I don't chase the money. And because I chase the dream and not the money, money volunteers to chase me. I can love freely.
Lynn has been serious about business ever since she was a child. Her grandmother recruited young Traci at age four to help her sell clothes out of the back of her car in West Philadelphia. "My job was to remember the clients' names and where they lived," Lynn recalls. "I had a list and I had to map out where we were going. The part I didn't like was going shopping for the merchandise with her, but I was learning about colors and styles whether I liked it or not. So my grandmother trained me not only to have fashion sense, but about entrepreneurship as well. At 15, Lynn opened a hair salon in a family-owned apartment and got her beauty-college certificate, all while saving money for college. While in high school, she got her nursing license thinking she was going to become a doctor. "My mother had programmed me to be a physician," Lynn says. "If you asked me at age four what I wanted to be when I grew up, I'd tell you that I wanted to be an OB/GYN even though I had no idea what that meant."
Lynn attended the University of Michigan-Dearborn where she was the founding president of a local chapter of the national sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. The chapter is still thriving today. While still in school, Lynn took a job as an investor information representative at mutual fund giant The Vanguard Group Inc., where she was quickly promoted to supervisor and then manager. But Lynn found herself itching to run her own business and left Vanguard to try her hand at a variety of enterprises: selling clothes out of her home, a nail technician agency, and a wedding planning company ("I had one client who ran me ragged," she says, "and I only made $2 an hour when all was said and done"). Nothing took. "I was struggling to find that one inspired idea," she says, "and it wound up being jewelry. I figured, "It's one-size-fits-all, how could you go wrong?"
Lynn launched Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry in Philadelphia in 1989. She was 25. The company, and its founder, became an inspiring local success story. In 1994, Essence magazine dubbed Lynn one of the most innovative entrepreneurs under 30. She was also featured on Good Morning America for owning one of the top-grossing businesses among young entrepreneurs and received the Madame CJ Walker Award for entrepreneur excellence. Despite all that, Lynn folded the company a few years later. "The women enjoyed the motivation, but we couldn't sustain it financially," she says.
...
Every month, Lynn had given pep talks to rally her sales force. One consultant told her that Lynn reminded her of the motivational speaker Les Brown.
...
After many years of traveling the world as a motivational speaker, Lynn decided to re-launch with her first catalog in 2006. This time she was able to avoid the pitfalls that cost her greatly the first time around and trusted her own entrepreneurial intuition. Her motivational message became her company's mission, and as a result, she has transformed the lives of thousands of women and men who have taken advantage of the company's business training and become entrepreneurs on their own right.
Lynn says seeing the effect the company has had on its consultants is the most gratifying part of the business. She loves the consultants and they love her. "At one of the weekend sales rallies, a 10-year-old girl stood up and read a letter that she had written me about being a witness to the changes in her mother's life," Lynn says. "Her mother had lost her job, and working with us enabled her to continue to provide for her family. But more importantly, this little girl talked about seeing her mother smile again and get excited about something. She read this letter aloud and there was not a dry eye in the place."
Over the years, Lynn has become a published author (Wealth Without Sorrow and The Mind of A Millionaire) and earned two doctorate degrees in Divinity and Theology. She continued to rack up awards, earning the University of Pennsylvania's Carrier of Hope Award for her community service and The Spirit of Greatness Award for Outstanding Leadership in Business. She also has been featured in Essence Magazine and Black Enterprise.
Lynn's goal is to continue to empower her consultants and create a legacy business. "I'm looking for the day of 50,000 consultants," she says, "then 100,000 and more". "The sky's the limit."
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Dr. Traci Lynn - Motivational Speaker
Program Descriptions
Attitude is Everything Once you develop a winning attitude everything and anything is possible to receive and achieve.
The Mind of a Millionaire This life-changing presentation explores why some people suffer from the "wilderness mentality," and are not fulfilling or creating their ultimate destiny. With Traci as your guide, you will fully agree that you were created to have wealth, happiness, and success but it all starts with the way you think.


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