Tracey has spent her career as an educator and facilitator dedicated to creating safe spaces, having experienced bullying herself in her childhood. Whether it be through facilitating anti-bullying and diversity awareness workshops, helping others to understand the impacts of implicit bias, or promoting LGBTQ inclusion in Jewish spaces, Tracey loves to engage people in meaningful conversations about the possibilities available when each of us is safe to show up as our full self.
Tracey has a MA from Teacher’s College of Columbia University and taught high school English in both the New York City Public Schools and in Florida. Tracey chaired ADL Florida’s Regional Board for 4 years and taught Hebrew School at her shul for 13 years where she also served on many committees and worked part time in the school office.
She and her wife, Michelle, have 5 children. Tracey loves to read and runs half-marathons and does yoga when she has spare time.