Speaker's Bureau-Tracy Evans

Three-time Olympic Athlete Tracy Evans will speak at Riverside location

Tracy Evans will share her knowledge with non-profits

REDLANDS, Nov. 8, 2012 – The University of Redlands School of Business continues its Speaker’s Bureau series on November 28 at the Riverside location. The three-time Olympic athlete Tracy Evans will share her experience with non-profits organizations and stress the importance of giving back.

Evans will discuss:

  • Her story of starting a non-profit organization
  • Creating educational experience and awareness through the use of non-profits 
  • Examining ways on how you can give back or get involved with non-profits

Tracy Evans, began skiing at the age of three and followed her brother, Bobby Evans into freestyle skiing at the age of 21. Tracy competed in the 1994, 1998 and 2002 Olympic Winter Games, was a 10 year member of the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team and was the 2002 U.S. National champion.

In 2008, she also founded a non-profit organization called Kids Play Int’l where she is devoted to educating and empowering African youth on and off the field through the power of sports. In April 2011, Tracy was named Female Athlete Philanthropist of the Year by United Athletes Foundation alongside Jerry Rice who was the male recipient.

Currently, she divides her time between Park City, Utah and Los Angeles, Calif. while working as a casting director specializing in placing athletes in commercials, print and TV productions.

The event is free and open to the public

WHO: Tracy Evans, Three time Olympian & Founder of Kids Play Intl

WHAT: Non-Profit Organizations: The Importance of Giving Back

WHERE: University of Redlands, Riverside Location
3610 Central Ave Ste 10, Riverside, CA 92506

WHEN: November 28, 2012, 5:30 pm-7:00 p.m.

RSVP: Contact Christina Rowitz at (951) 782-7995 or

Event Contact:
Christina Rowitz 
(951) 782-7995

Media Contact

Patty Zurita
(909) 748-8070


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