Tracie has lived in Round Rock for 25 years, attracted to the community by its quality public schools and small city charm. She is an artist and longtime community activist, running to bring diversity, inclusion, and transparency to City Hall.
Tracie is a Native Texan, born and raised in Fort Worth. She attended the University of Texas where she earned a degree in Fine Arts. While there, Tracie met Gene, her husband of 35 years, while he was completing his law degree.
Their two children attended Round Rock public schools, where Tracie was active with the PTA, coached youth soccer, and assisted with the Brownie and Cub scouts. Over the years she was an Orchestra Mom, a Theater Mom and a UIL Mom for several school activities.
Tracie volunteers at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and has also served on the boards of Sam Bass Community Theatre and BACA Center Art Club.
Tracie and Gene live in Round Rock West. She has two grown children, Emily, a behavior analyst and Will, a writer and director. An avid cyclist, she also enjoys gardening, especially with Texas native plants, painting, and traveling.
Tracie is passionate about voting rights and increasing civic engagement. She is a deputy voter registrar and has worked in multiple capacities as a poll worker. Tracie served 8 years as precinct chair, helping her neighbors be informed about local elections.
As your City Council member Tracie will focus on fostering a Round Rock that respects our history, preserves our parks and wild spaces, makes room for local business and the arts, and creates and maintains an infrastructure that promotes connectivity and sustainable growth.