Many people would say their life began at birth, but for Rhiannon Tracey life truly began the day she hit her head on the bottom of a swimming pool in Bali.
Once the student at the back of the classroom, Rhiannon is now using the experience that could have potentially ended her life to recreate a story where every new adventure is one she was once told would be impossible.
Continuing to break down the barriers of adversity, Rhiannon chooses not to be defined by what happened to her, she prefers to be defined by what she has chosen to be. Not just a women in a wheelchair, but THE WOMEN who turned the impossible into the I’M-Possible.
Once diagnosed a quadriplegic, and now just weeks away from walking down the aisle at her own wedding, Rhiannon's story is true testament to the power of a positive mindset and the ability to heal your body using holistic medicine.
Voted the Cosmopolitan Women of the Year, Rhiannon is a game changer, continuously changing the way disabilities are perceived. Whether she is riding every rollercoaster at Disneyland, or climbing upon the back of her horse, Rhiannon will forever be an advocate for becoming the best version of yourself and reaching your goals and dreams, even if it means altering them to suit your situation or needs.
Rhiannon really shows that true grit and real Aussie spirit of never giving up!
Rhiannon’s spirited, warm and honest account has left its mark on us. For her fortitude and preparedness to continue making a difference was strikingly uplifting. Mount St. Joseph Girls’ College VCAL students embraced Rhiannon’s real life example of converting a somewhat negative, life changing experience into something positive.
Mount St Joseph Girls' College
Our students were engaged and inspired throughout Rhiannon’s amazing story and presentation. She is one of the most positive and inspiring people the students said they have ever met. Her story and life lessons were plentiful and she has left the mantra ringing in our ears – I’M POSSIBLE!
With such charisma Rhiannon tells her story with so much passion that it's impossible to not have a connection with her.
VCA Student, Victorian College of the Arts
When you meet someone who is so positive and is doing so much to help others, it means a lot and inspires you to do the same.
Former AFL Footballer and Sports Commentator