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Our Team 

In virtually every business, the success of the endeavor is dependent upon its people. The success of “Soulful Journeys of Women” will be primarily the results of the energy and efforts of Tracey Wynn and Donnice Robinson.


The vision of this venture has been felt strongly by them for many years. Donnice and Tracey bring a passion for learning and sharing of cultural history with others. Both women have decades of experience in teaching and theatre.


The goal is to reach as many venues as possible, transforming into historical women, taking on their persona, and capturing the true essence of their journeys.


Please explore the adventure with us!


Donnice Robinson

Donnice Robinson is a wife, mother, actress, teacher, minister, and entrepreneur. She performed in numerous productions since childhood. She appeared in local commercials and films. She trained under the cast director, Alpha Tyler, at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia. She portrayed characters for Freetown Village for a decade. She hosted her own radio broadcast and podcasts entitled, “It’s About Him Ministries.” Moreover, she performed reenactments of Madam C.J. Walker’s sales agent and jazz singer, Lizzie Washington, at the Indiana Historical Society.


Middlebrooks Wynn

Tracey Wynn studied Speech, Communications, and Theatre at Tennessee State University. The theatre has always been a part of her life. Tracey has spent her adult life working in a variety of arenas professionally. However, her passion has always been drawn toward working with youth and encouraging creative expression. It is her goal to develop a program where youth can present their life experiences through film productions. While living in Brooklyn, New York, Tracey produced and directed a weekly television show for the Brooklyn Community Access Station (BCAT). The show "Around Our Way" focused on the happenings in the Historical Fort Greene section of Brooklyn. Her love of Theatre and History has allowed her to work with the Indiana Historical Society. There she was able to portray the iconic Madam C.J. Walker, the first self-made female millionaire in America. The impetus to co-found Soulful Journeys of Women came as a result of having this opportunity. Tracey plans to continue expressing herself artistically through historical character portrayals.



To educate, empower, inspire, and entertain by portraying the lives of strong women of color, who persevered through many obstacles on their path to freedom and independence.

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