Tracy was born and raised in Southern California. She is the youngest of five. Her father was an aerospace engineer and her mother worked in retail. Her siblings all chose service careers including a police officer, high school teacher/principal, Park Service Historian at Pearl Harbor, and Tracy as a Registered Nurse. Tracy earned a bachelor’s degree in Nursing. After several years in acute care, she became a Director a large surgical program, managing 31 employees and an 8-million-dollar budget. She also was elected president of two medical societies, leading both National and International Integrated Health Specialties. She has numerous published peer review articles as well as authored three chapters in medical textbooks. She was honored by receiving the Circle of Excellence award from a leading medical society.
In Del Mar, Tracy has served as Vice-Chair of the 6th Cycle Citizens Ad Hoc Advisory Committee, putting in over 190 hours of work into the Housing Production and Preservation Sub Committee along with two other community volunteers. Together, their Executive Summary found solutions to meet our state housing requirement, while protecting our Community Plan from high density re-zoning.
Tracy is also the current chair of the Traffic and Parking Committee. Together, the committee has advised on downtown streetscape, increased more and safer bike lanes and listen and solve resident’s parking and traffic concerns.
She is known to be an independent thinker, listens and builds consensus and a known problem solver.
Tracy along with Alan, love their long hair dachshund Sophie. Together they enjoy the beach, biking, tennis, and Major League Baseball.