Tracy J Edmonds


Tracy is the author of Wild Hair, A Courageous Woman’s Guide to a Bold and Authentic Career where she shares her no-nonsense, empowering lessons on how women can use the power of authentic choice to create the career they love. Tracy is a genuine, passionate, and compelling speaker on the topics of authenticity, leadership, women and career, and diversity and inclusion.

Speaking & Media Engagements


Benson Executive Search

Let Your Hair Down! Why Authenticity Matters At Work

A conversation with diversity consultant Tracy J. Edmonds


NABPAC (National Association of Business PACs)

Episode five of our special 5-part election series.  In this episode, we’re examining the topic of diversity and inclusion. What do those words really mean?  How can each one of us help our organizations achieve this goal?  And what benefits will success on this front provide?  Our special guest: Tracy J Edmonds.




I’m very excited that my interview on BEYOND THE CRUCIBLE is live. The podcast is all about living and leading a life of significance. Host Warwick Fairfax shares stories of leaders who have moved beyond life’s most difficult moments to lead lives of significance, and insights on how you can do the same. If you want to make sure you don’t miss future episodes, be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast app.


Community Connection Tuesday March 30th 2021

As We Celebrate Women’s History Month, Join Us As We Speak To Tracy J Edmonds, An Authentic Leader.

Tracy’s J Edmond’s Book: “Wild Hair: A Courageous Woman’s Guide to a Bold and Authentic Career”

(Tracy’s Section starts about 51 min into the show)



Hacking HR Indianapolis Chapter Oct 2020 Event: Hacking D&I – A Counterintuitive Approach

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Tracy J Edmonds

Speaker Inquiry

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I have known Tracy Edmonds professionally and personally over 30 years and during this time I’ve had the opportunity to hear her speak on various topics including HR and inclusion and diversity. Her message is clear, concise and authentic.

Teresa L. Thomas

Retired Manager, Reconciliation Analysis & Reporting

One thing that stands out about Tracy is the authenticity that comes through as she speaks to audiences. She truly models the behavior; you can sense that quality in her as she shares stories from her journey. I recently heard her speak on the topic of: Using Your Authenticity to Create Inclusion. From the moment she introduced herself and throughout her presentation, our audience was drawn in, as Tracy beautifully demonstrated the power of authenticity and courage in business relationships and in life overall. I highly recommend her!

Venice Sherman

Director of Talent Management