Dr. Tracy W. Marx is a professional speaker and life coach who helps men and women get unstuck. He works with his clients to help them establish clear and positive visions for their futures and make those visions become reality. He does it in such a way that his clients can start building the lives they want from day one.
Through his own various life challenges Tracy himself personally knows the challenges, pain, and stuckness that they can cause and the importance of finding strategies to move forward in healing, power, and strength.
His professional experience includes serving as chaplain at a psychiatric hospital, counselor at an addiction treatment center, president of a faith-based college, senior minister of churches, and adjunct faculty member at a Christian university and a seminary. Other experience includes serving as drama director, president of two ministerial associations, member of the Religion & Philosophy Advisory Council at Lincoln Memorial University, chairman of the Academic Affairs Committee of the Council of Seventy at Johnson University, and secretary of the Johnson University Alumni Association.
He has three children and currently lives in Louisville, Kentucky, where he is a member of Southeast Christian Church. Tracy has earned the degrees Doctor of Ministry, Master of Divinity, Bachelor of Science, and Associate in Science. He holds certificates in PREPARE/ENRICH, Basic Life Support and Nonviolent Crisis Intervention, is a Temporary Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor (TCADC), and has conducted training with the Life Coach Training Institute.