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Alonzo Mourning’s Wife Tracy Wilson Mourning

Meet Tracy Wilson Mourning, wife of retired NBA star Alonzo Mourning.

The couple has been married since August 30, 1997. They have three beautiful children together.

Check out the video below of Tracy And Zo talking about how they first met…


Tracy Wilson Mourning is a mentor, designer, broadcast journalist, motivational speaker, soon-to-be published author, loving mother and wife. She is a Howard University graduate who majored in Broadcast Journalism.

Tracy Mourning is the founder of the Honey Shine Mentoring Program, which she founded in 2002. Through biweekly workshops, summer camps and various other activities, the Honey Shine Mentoring Program works to encourage a balance of mind, body and soul in girls and women through nurturing experiences and empowerment.

Mourning’s philanthropic venture has grown to include Honey Child Enterprises, of which Mourning is the CEO and creative director. Honey Child Enterprises owns both lifestyle brands Honey Child and TWM by Tracy Wilson Mourning Bath & Body Ritual Collection and has received wide acclaim for their bath and body products, hair care products, apparel and home goods.

Tracy is also currently working on becoming a published author while continuing the work of advocating for girls and women by expanding the Honey Shine Mentoring Program across the country.

Alonzo Mourning played most of his 15-year NBA career for the Miami Heat. Mourning announced his retirement from the NBA on January 22, 2009.

On June 26, 2009, Mourning announced that he would join the Miami Heat as the Vice President of Player Programs and Development.

1st Photo Credit: Getty Images
2nd Photo Credit: Tracy Mourning/Honey Shine
3rd Photo Credit: Popcrunch.com

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