Board Member

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Tracy grew up in New Mexico and raised her family here in Albuquerque.
She graduated from Brigham Young University in 1979 with a Bachelor’s degree in design.
She spent the next several years raising three children and helping her husband establish his own accounting firm. Much of her free time was spent volunteering in the community and her neighborhood elementary school. She was a substitute teacher for five years and realized how much she enjoyed teaching children. She then worked on a waiver as a full-time teacher while earning her teaching license from the University of New Mexico.
After earning her license, she was a kindergarten teacher for 16 years and became passionate about teaching young children how to read. During her time as a teacher, she was headteacher for eight years where she mentored student teachers and worked with at-risk high school students who were part of an APS program geared toward keeping them in school.
She has enjoyed the experience of being a part of creating information for the Foundation that will help empower children and will give them the opportunity to make them more aware of how to keep themselves healthy.

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