Traci Randermann - NLG Life Changer of the Year Nominee

Tracy Randleman, the head athletic trainer at South Grand Prairie High School, is much more than her title suggests. Her extraordinary journey began when she took a leap of faith and applied for a job at the school, unaware that it would change her life forever. One student, Tyler Nelson, who was born with cystic fibrosis, had a profound impact on Tracy's life. Tracy became Tyler's unwavering support system as he needed a lung transplant. Going above and beyond her role, she organized a 5k run to alleviate the financial burden on Tyler and his family. Tracy's dedication didn't stop there - every month, she rallied fellow teachers and classmates for a five-hour drive to visit Tyler at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston. This act of kindness not only touched Tyler's heart but also reminded him that he was loved and not forgotten. Tracy's selflessness and dedication have earned her well-deserved recognition. She is now a nominee for the National Life Group Life Changer of the Year. Watch her inspiring story and see how Tracy's unwavering support transformed a student's life and taught us the true meaning of compassion and love.