Traci Corazin talks about the power of fear and how embracing fear can set you free. Traci is the General Manager of Strategic Account Sales, Northeast region at Microsoft. In this episode Traci shares with us an experience that totally changed how she thinks about fear. She unpacks her three-part framework that enables her to run towards fear and take on new challenges. What I love about Traci’s framework is it is very actionable and anybody can learn to use it.
Traci Corazin leads the Northeast Region Strategic Account Operating Unit for Microsoft Corp. In this role she works closely with customers whose desire it is to transform and digitally innovate their organizations.
Prior to her position at Microsoft, Traci spent five years at Amazon (AWS) in a variety of Commercial and Public Sector Sales and Business development positions. Most recently she was the Managing Director of the Global Private Equity supporting PE firms with their portfolio digital transformation initiatives.
Prior to Amazon Traci was the General Manager of U.S. Education Mobility for Public Sector at Microsoft. She was responsible for the U.S. Education mobility strategy and sales to K–12 and Higher Education customers across the U.S. focused on institutions, faculty, students, and key curriculum stakeholders. In this role, she applied her passion for innovation and extensive experience in education technology to deliver effective learning environments on cutting-edge Windows devices. Here, Corazin was able to realize her passion for improving outcomes through technology in a global environment. Corazin made this philosophy real by working in tandem with the Xbox team to create, develop and deliver educational games and curriculum instruction supporting children on the autism spectrum.
Corazin is active in the autism community. Both as the Board of Directors President for the Academy of Precision Learning and supporting the efforts of several not-for-profit charities that seed technology into special education classrooms. She was the president and co-founder of the former Unicorn and Rainbows foundation, an organization that refurbished computers and gaming devices for donation to families with children on the autism spectrum.
Corazin holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Oregon and her MBA from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She resides in Washington with her wife and three boys.
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