In this episode of Chasing the Insights, I talk to international publicist Tracy Lamourie.
Tracy talks to us about all things PR.
Tracy Lamourie, a high-profile international award-winning publicist, is the Founder and Managing Director of Lamourie Media Inc.
Accredited by the iconic Cannes International Film Festival, Tracy is also a Universal Women’s Network 2020 Woman of Inspiration Winner for the Women In Media award and the author of the upcoming book GET REPPED – Build Your Brand With Effective Public and Media Relations.
Featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, The Hollywood Times, NBC TV, and other major media.
Tracy works across borders and industries, from major entertainment projects to small businesses. She is also a well-known long-time advocate on a myriad of important worldwide issues, passionate about amplifying important messages and being a voice for those who most need one.
Recognized by media around the world for her 20-year campaign that ultimately helped free an innocent man from death row to her work getting clients major media attention. In addition to her Women of Inspiration award, she is the winner of the First Place, Platinum award Hamilton Spectator ReadersChoice for PR 2018, and for Diamond 2019. In 2020 she was both a RBC Women of Influence Nominee and a nominee for the internationally prestigious 2020 Tällberg/Eliasson Global Leadership Prize.
In the first quarter of 2022, leading resource for the news industry QWOTED named Tracy one of The Qwoted 100 – a quarterly ranking of the best PRs working in the industry today – “communications professionals with the best stories to tell and the most compelling way of telling them.” Tracy was also recognized as the “Most Influential International Media and PR Specialist – 2022” by the Corporate Excellence Awards Tracy has guested more than 200 times on panels, TV, radio and high profile podcasts around the world speaking on leadership, empowerment, and entrepreneurship as well as all aspects of media and publicity. Tracy also speaks to diverse corporate and academic audiences (recent appearances include the Pennsylvania PR Association and Ottawa’s Algonquin College).
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