Traci Gwozdz is the lovely mom of reality TV contestant -Tyler Gwozdz, whom you may recognize from his participation on The Bahcelorette.
Traci’s son appeared on season 15 of The Bachelorette becoming a contestant on Hannah Brown’s season. Recent reports say Tyler is currently recovering after spending a few days in the ICU following an alleged overdose.
Tyler stunned viewers last summer when -after hitting it off with Brown, he suddenly left the show on episode three.
The 28-year-old who holds a degree in economics from Trinity College in Hartford -is the Director of Sales at Deep Bay Spirits in Nashville, Tennessee.
Now things have become even more weird for Tyler with his recent hospital stay and though Hannah Brown may not be loosing any sleep over him, there’s one person who certainly is -his mom, Traci Gwozdz.
She and her husband Dave Gwozdz -are also proud parents to Tyler’s four siblings; Isabelle, Owen, Patrick and Ava. The family are longtime Greenwich, CT residents. Her husband Dave, is a CEO and consultant who serves as President at MIS Security, LLC.
According to her social media, blonde Traci Gwozdz went to Roger Ludlowes shcool and later studied at Providence College where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in psychology. She also holds a Master of Science from Northeastern University. Traci is also certified by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
She is listed as the owner at simplynourish.com and also served as the director of Beautycounter company.
According to her LinkedIn, Traci is currently a Sales Specialist at OsteoStrong® Northeast. The wellness exec, describes herself as ‘skilled in Corporate settings, Nonprofit Organizations, Event Planning, Wellness Coaching, Sales, and Yoga’
In addition to her work and entrepreneurship, Traci has been volunteer for the American Red Cross. In 2017, she was deployed to St. Croix. to help the thousands of people devastated by Hurricane Irma. This was not the first natural disaster Traci Gwozdz responded to, she also helped out in south Florida over 25 years ago following Hurricane Andrew.