Working in tandem with the IHRC Director and Associate Director as well as the Coordinator of the African American Public Humanities Initiative (AAPHI), Tracy serves as the Program Coordinator for the IHRC and provides support for AAPHI. She serves as liaison to Faculty Commons, the Center for Teaching and Assessment of Learning, and the Library’s Multimedia Design Center and Digital Scholarship & Publishing Department as well as to external organizations that provide training opportunities for graduate students and faculty in public humanities, digital scholarship and pedagogy. Tracy is the Academic Transitions Cohort Instructor in UD’s ELI, teaches workshops on technology, branding, digital footprints and social activism, including DelPHI Summer Institute and the Mandela Washington Fellows. Tracy also maintains the program websites and social media. She holds an BA in Communications from Notre Dame of Maryland University, a certificate in Marketing Strategy from New York University’s School of Continuing Ed, an MA in Liberal Studies with a Certificate in Museum Studies from the University of Delaware, and is completing her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership with a focus on higher ed administration at UD.