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Resilience

Achieving Greatness Was Nothing Compared to Coming Back Against All Odds.

By the time she was 18, Jamie MoCrazy had won Junior World Championships and continue training as a professional slopestyle and halfpipe skier. In 2013, she went on to become the first woman in the world to land a double backflip at X-Games.

In 2015, Jamie experienced a horrific crash at the World Tour Finals that resulted in her going into a coma, sustaining a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and becoming paralyzed. In an instant, Jamie went from being one of the world’s best slopestyle skiers to relearning basic gross motor skills like walking upstairs and riding a bike. 

Despite the monumental challenges, Jamie’s family did not let the results of the accident keep her down.

Jamie’s mother, affectionately known as “Mama MoCrazy”, applied her many years studying developmental psychology to help Jamie progress further than anyone on her medical team thought possible. 

The techniques she used to help Jamie regain her mobility and confidence were the same practices she applied to guide Jamie and her sister Jeanee to become world-class athletes. 

Today, Jamie, Jeanee, and Mama MoCrazy have created MoCrazy Strong to develop inspirational keynotes, programs and workshops that share their methodologies for charging forward in life with optimism.

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Meet MoCrazy Strong

Jamie ‘MoCrazy’ Crane-Mauzy

Finding Resilience to Thrive in Adversity

Jamie is a former pro freeskier, motivational speaker, ski guide, and talk show host. She was the first female in the world to do a double flip in a Slopestyle run during the X Games in 2013.

Since recovering from her accident, Jamie has spoken in front of audiences ranging from 20 to 1,000 and has presented at nonprofit galas, business conventions, and medical schools all over the globe.

She is currently studying neuroscience at Harvard and works as a competitive coach at Park City Mountain Resort. When Jamie is not speaking, you can find her skiing, doing yoga or pilates, rock climbing, or mountain biking.

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Jeanee ‘MoCrazy’ Crane-Mauzy

Empowering Women to Embrace Change

Jeanee is a passionate professional skier and the younger sister of Jamie. Known for her signature red lipstick at competitions, Jeanee skis competitively on the half-pipe World Cup circuit and has used skiing to build relationships and collaborate with individuals around the world. Jeanee is able to plan and execute events that are simply in dream form.

In 2012, Jeanee was the sole female representative from the United States for half-pipe skiing at the Youth Olympic Games in Austria. She has gone on to place top-ten at numerous national and international competitions.

Jeanee is a licensed foster parent, and she continues to do education on strategies and mindset on how to be a successful parent. She uses this knowledge to educate others about how parents can positively help their children to reach success.

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Grace "Mama MoCrazy" Mauzy

The Psychology of Success

Grace “Mama MoCrazy” Mauzy, MA Psychology-Columbia University, has spent the last 30 years working and studying the connection between psychology, nutrition, and human development.

Her unique grasp of the intersection of these disciplines allowed her to create her own, MoCrazy Method for success that she used in her personal counseling practice and with her high-performing daughters. This method was put to the test when Jamie had a debilitating accident that had doctors telling Grace a long list of things Jamie would never do again.

Undaunted by the prognosis, Grace applied the simple method that led each of her daughters to rise to be world-class athletes, doctors, and healers. This along with the doctor’s help led to Jamie’s miraculous recovery beyond what was thought possible. Now, Grace teaches others how to apply this MoCrazy Method to their own lives so that they can thrive in adversity and reach their own personal best every day.

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