Natalee Tracey’s brother taught her so many valuable life lessons, which is why she considers him her hero.
“One being when life gets hard, don’t give up, because there are so many beautiful things to see,” Natalee said.
Natalee also prides herself on being open and accepting of everyone – “to realize we all are different and that’s what makes everyone so special,” she said. In her spare time, Natalee enjoys spending time with friends, shopping, watching Netflix, and listening to Taylor Swift.
Natalee is expected to graduate from Saint Henry District High School in Erlanger, Ky., next year and counts English and psychology as her favorite classes. She is also a member of her school’s Peer Social Club and Transfer Club and plans to major in special education at the University of Kentucky.
Gun control, reproductive rights, and school safety are the issues most important to Natalee, and she said she enjoys discussing those and other topics in the Bill of Rights Institute’s Think the Vote campaign.
“I enjoy that there are no right or wrong answers,” she said. “Everyone is free to say exactly what they feel!”