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MoCrazy Strong Foundation


MoCrazy Strong Foundation – founded by the MoCrazy family – is a nonprofit organization educating Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) survivors and family caregivers on ways to understand how to build a productive life worth living after brain injury. MoCrazy Strong grew from Jamie’s TBI and the education her mom, Grace, had as she became an involved family caregiver. The Foundation provides a platform to share their experiences–the good and the bad–in the hope of bringing comfort and strength to those on the road to recovery. 

Jamie’s traumatic brain injury and groundbreaking recovery is captured in #MoCrazyStrong, a multi award-winning documentary set for screenings across the globe and North America. #mocrazystrong documentary will finally be available to the public! We are having a virtual premiere on April 11th at 6:30 pm Mountain time! The film will stay available through the end of May.

See Jamie's Keynote Reel

Help Mocrazy Strong raise awareness about TBI. Their mission is to educate and provide opportunities for TBI survivors and family caregivers.

I can't tell you how many people in this province who would not be alive and well today. And it’s because of [Jamie] and her family in terms of what we learned from them. But also their post-injury advocacy that’s really changed the trajectory of many patients.
Mypinder Sikon
M.D., Ph.D., Intensive Care Physician and Clinician-Scientist

Meet MoCrazy Strong

Director of Communications

Jamie MoCrazy

Jamie is a former X-Games and World Cup skier. She co-founded the MoCrazy Strong Foundation with Jeanee Crane-Mauzy and Grace Mauzy. She is most notable for her strength, resilience, and heart-rending story that took the world by storm. She was the top competitor at the highest level of international events, such as the Dew Tour, X-Games, and AFP World Championships. She was the first woman to ever land a double backflip at the X Games in 2013. She was also the first woman to flip off a rail in a competition. Today, Jamie is a motivational speaker, TBI advocate, nonprofit founder, and talk show host.

Jamie MoCrazy was born Jamie Crane-Mauzy to Grace “Fruit” Mauzy and Jeff Crane. She was nicknamed “MoCrazy,” starting when she climbed her living room drapes at age two. The name began to stick when Jamie was still a child. She was adventurous, and during her professional ski competition years, the name became a nod to her daredevil trick style.

In 2015, at the World Tour Finals, Jamie became a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor, the catalyst for creating MoCrazy Strong. Since recovering from her accident, Jamie has spoken in front of audiences ranging from 20 to 1,000 and has presented at nonprofit galas, business conventions, and medical schools all over the globe.

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Director of Community Outreach

Jeanee Crane-Mauzy

Jeanee Crane-Mauzy is a passionate professional skier and Director of Community Outreach for the MoCrazy Strong Foundation. She is one of the co-founders of the MoCrazy Strong Foundation. She is known for her bold fashion statements on and off the ski slopes. Jeanee is the fashionista of the family and is always dressed to impress while on her continuous travel endeavors. Her ski competition statement is to consistently compete in world cups wearing popping, bright red lipstick. Jeanee spends her time off snow running the nonprofit MoCrazyStrong, producing documentaries, advocating for and raising foster children, and working and speaking on climate protection.

Jeanee was put on snow by her mom, the daughter of 1940s World Cup ski racer Gail Macomber, at the young age of one. She found her specialty: halfpipe skiing. During the 2012 Winter season, Jeanee was the first and only woman to represent the U.S. at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in Innsbruck, Austria, in Halfpipe. Jeanee has been competing on the World Cup Tour since 2014.

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Education, Research, and Program Specialist

Grace Mauzy, M.A.

Grace Mauzy has 40 years of experience in consulting and as a practitioner. Specializing in Person-Centered, Holistic Psychotherapy. Grace received a Title IX Grant for Self-Esteem Workshops for Women. She has a master’s degree in Education. Specializing in Elementary and Counseling. Grace’s degree is from Teachers College, Columbia University. Currently, she is a Ph.D. candidate in Mind-Body Medicine. Additionally, Grace has certifications as a personal fitness trainer, yoga instructor, nutritionist, reiki practitioner, and aroma therapy specialist. She is a Level 2 ski instructor at Park City Mountain Resort.

Grace is researching the science behind Traumatic Brain Injury and recovery, developing the MoCrazy Method. She was one of the co-founders of the MoCrazy Strong Foundation. Her expertise, training, and experiences have afforded her a unique insight into TBI recovery. Grace is Jeanee and Jamie’s mother and the reason Jamie recovered.

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