“I thought I had hit rock bottom.
It turns out I was just sitting on a trap door and there was much further to fall.”
~ Tara Geraghty
Tara Geraghty believes life prepared her to Make Cancer Fun. With a degree in Theater and a background in Improv she always assumed she would pursue a career in the arts. However, after starting a direct sales business at 20 years old she found herself immersed in the world of personal development. She quickly rose to the top of her field, earning numerous accolades, company awards and soon began teaching, mentoring and coaching women from around the country on how to build successful businesses. Then in 2008 Tara found herself in the midst of a Domestic Violence Divorce. Just when she thought she hit rock bottom she found herself in an emergency room a short nine months later with her only child and a High Risk Stage 4 Childhood Cancer
Utilizing her theater, improv, and personal development training, Tara chose to rise above her circumstances to face cancer with fun and found gratitude in the process. She made sure her daughter never stopped fighting with a “Jersey Girl” survivor spirit. Tara now shares those powerful tools, tips, and secrets to help parents navigate the scary world that is childhood cancer.
For almost 20 years Tara has taught thousands of women through weekly live workshops, training calls, and now webinars. She has become an advocate for domestic violence victims and a voice for legal reform for victims.
Tara is the Author of Making Cancer Fun: A Parents Guide, I’m a Miracle Kid workbook, From Living to Being, The Rock Star Calendar and the creator of the The Grateful Connection Course. She is a contributing author on Every Entrepreneur’s Guide to Running your Own Business, a regular contributor to Conquer Magazine: The Patient’s Voice, and can be heard on podcasts worldwide.
Speaking at numerous non-profits and seminars, Tara shares her heart for hope, faith, & gratitude in the midst of life’s biggest challenges.
You can reach Tara at: firstname.lastname@example.org