Author of “This Twisted Life” To Host Cocktails & Politics.

On Tuesday, May 17th Cocktail Chronicles will be hosting “Cocktails & Politics: Do Politicians Get A Sipping Pass?” at the BQE Lounge located 262 Edgewood Avenue, SE in Atlanta, GA, moderated by Tracye D. Bryant.

Tracye Bryant is an Atlanta based Author and Public Speaker with and extensive background in public relations, media relations and community affairs.  Tracye D. BryantIn her previous job, she served as a “Loaned Executive” with United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, where she helped support the annual workplace giving campaign initiatives that provided funding to area nonprofits servicing a multitude of needs in the community.

She is also the former Director of Communications for the Southern Blood Services Region of the American Red Cross and continues to lend her time and talents to the needs of at-risk youth within the community.  Through the years, she has successfully operated her own company Azyre Entertainment, Inc., (T. Bryant Media Group) a public relations firm established in January 2003. The organization continues to manage various types of public relations and promotional needs for celebrities, non-profit organizations, and athletes.   Bryant is also a published author of her first best-selling novel “This Twisted Life.” Released in the fall of 2012.  The compelling story is an intricate view into the lives of family and friends and how our one-degree of separation keeps us all connected.
An active community advocate, Bryant has served on several non-profit boards including the American Red Cross Minority Recruitment Advisory Board, Future Foundation
Board of Directors, Atlanta Association of Black Journalists, The DeShawn Snow Foundation, and Sporty Girls Inc., Foundation.

As a result of her efforts within the community, Tracye has been featured in the Who’s Who in Black Atlanta publication; she has been recognized by the Verizon Wireless, Urban Film Review and the Atlanta Tribune, The Trumpet Awards Foundation 2012 High Heels recipient; named 2012 Volunteer of the Year by the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists, a 2013 graduate of the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta Volunteer Improvement Program (VIP) and a 2014 graduate of the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Academy. She holds a Masters in Public Administration from Strayer University and a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Mercer University.   For more information, please visit