Tracy was born in LA and started her career singing John Denver songs in bars at age 3. By age 8, she had moved to Parker, Colorado with her parents. There she participated in the drama club and became known as the girl who could forge any signature to get out of class!
She spent her college years at Metropolitan State College of Denver studying sex therapy. After two years working in the sex therapy field, Taylor decided that she needed a change and managed to stumble into ALICE 106 (KALC) in Denver and land an on-air gig.
Tracy has been married to her husband for over 5 years and has three kids ages 18, 10 and 7.
Reach out to Tracy - Tracy@KWNR.com
This may work contrary to the teachings of "Sesame Street" . . . but it really doesn't matter what you're like on the inside. What matters is how you look on the OUTSIDE. And it matters A LOT.
A new study out of Melbourne University in Australia found that the BEST asset a man can have in his career is GOOD LOOKS.
They found the average handsome man surveyed makes $85,900 a year. The average unattractive man surveyed makes $52,100. That means the good-looking men make $33,800 more every year than the ugly men. OUCH.
The researchers say that with women the effect is smaller but harder to measure.
When a woman's good looking, she might run into the stereotypes that hot women just CAN'T be that intelligent, so it hurts her salary. Since there's no stereotype that says good-looking men can't be intelligent too, it helps their salaries.
The survey also found men with below-average looks are 15% less likely than all other men to be employed. They were also less likely to be married.