My résumé covers the gamut... and it’s far from traditional. From my days as a body builder and ballroom dancer, to more than 20 years as a TV journalist and fitness expert, to a published author and a Doctor in Public Health, I’ve evolved and adapted in many ways. But one constant is my passion for improving the lives of others, both physically and emotionally.
Today, I combine my enthusiasm and experience with a career in corporate engagement, speaking to employees at companies of all sizes, as well as to law enforcement and first responders. My passion is helping others by improving stress management techniques and overall health and wellness to improve performance and productivity.
When I work with a company or organization, I assess each culture and dynamic accordingly and come up with a unique plan to help the organization manage and reduce stress, improve health, increase cognitive awareness, and lead a happier, healthier, and more productive lifestyle.
My years of experience in wellness, fitness, and nutrition allow me to guide others on a motivated path, and my education has enhanced my ability to improve overall behavioral health. My goal is always to make everyone feel comfortable and excited to embark on a life filled with purpose and intention.
I also have direct experience helping first responders with critical incident stress management, and I’m passionate about encouraging peer-to-peer support within these organizations. I’ve seen first-hand how improved communication and increased empathy and self-awareness can positively impact an entire organization’s culture, and I love being a catalyst for those improvements. I simply try to protect those who protect us.
With all that’s going on in the world today, it’s easy to get bogged down into bad habits and unhealthy routines. We can all perform at our best with the right amount of guidance and knowledge. I’m looking forward to continuing my work with individuals and groups, companies and organizations who are as committed as I am... to reaching our maximum potential.
Marcie, has dedicated her career to health and medical writing, with great emphasis on subjects of concern to women who battle the bulge. As a veteran TV personality for nearly 20 years, Ms. Fraser’s most recent work is as the medical reporter for YNN, Your News Now, seen state wide, where she covers in-depth medical reports and is featured in “Toneup,” a special bi-weekly fitness segment. Marcie has been an adjunct professor at Empire State College where she teaches Human Nutrition.