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Guest Name
Suzanne M Gray
Guest Occupation
Owner and Founder of Right Fit Sport Fitness Wellness
Guest Biography

Suzanne’s journey started during her time at Slippery Rock University, where she pursued her Bachelors of Science Degree, going on to complete her Masters of Science Degree at Western Illinois University. She began her sports and fitness career at the University of Illinois at Chicago coaching several teams including Track and Field, Cross Country and Cheerleading. During this time Suzanne placed 4th in the women’s divi-sion of the Chicago Marathon and became a member of the NBA cheerleading team the Chicago Luvabulls.

Following her coaching and competition career, Suzanne went on to work for the Chicago public schools, where she created a fitness program for Jose Clemente Orozco Academy, “The Magnificent Workout for Kids” was named one of Illinois’ best school fitness programs by the Chairman of the President’s Council on Fitness Arnold Schwarzenegger.

She created Right Fit because she wanted a facility that CARED more, was able to educate and train people in the power of movement, and give all members of the population a chance to experience the power of strength and exercise. 

Suzanne remains the majority owner of Right Fit, and works daily to advocate the importance of movement and exercise in daily life, works within the community on fitness and wellness initiatives, is the Head of the Run the Ridge 5k/1k Run Walk and Kid’s Dash, continues to present and educate on fitness and wellness initiatives, and speaks and shares her world recognized fitness program for youth with Autism, Raise the Bar©. Suzanne is Right Fit’s #1 ambassador, and will never stop her pursuit of trying to bring Right Fit to people around the world. 

Right Fit Sport Fitness Wellness is located in Willowbrook and LaGrange, Illinois.

Get on Track Health and Wellness (GOT) is a 501(c)(3) organization located in Lombard, Illinois. GOT offers services and programs to empower youth and adolescents to prioritize health and spend less time on technology. These programs are customized to each individual and will focus on six key areas: movement, nutrition, mental wellness, strength and conditioning, coaching, and education. 

The COVID-19 pandemic closed businesses, retail stores, schools, and churches around the country. For two years, children were forced to turn to technology for all education, social, and entertainment needs. GOT's inspiration is to create greater balance around this reliance on technology. The organization wants all youth and adolescents to have the guidance, tools, and confidence to adopt healthier lifestyle choices 

GOT will draw from its 35 years in the Fitness and Wellness industry (working with youth and adults of all populations) to more effectively match our clients with the appropriate treatment and plan. Our commitment is between the youth/teen and the family.

GOT"s target market is technology-addicted, sedentary youth and adolescents. The end customer will be children, adolescents, and young adults ranging from age 18 to 35 who are addicted or have a mental preoccupation with technology. GOT will rely on the family (parents, grandparents, relatives, etc.) to identify their loved ones as exhibiting technology-addicted behavior. GOT will market its services to teachers and school districts who can help identify and refer students to GOT's programs and services.