Lead Transformation Specialist
Tracey Howard is the Transformation Specialist at the Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth, and Reconciliation.
Tracey was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. She is a 1992 graduate of Carver High School. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Alabama State University and a Master of Science in Workforce Educational Leadership from Mississippi State University. Tracey graduated from the Academy of Civic Engagement in the City of Birmingham.
Tracey has 14 years of experience in education and a vast background in social services. Tracey advanced to lead instructor and managed the High School option program at Lawson State Community College. She was a train-the-trainer for the Alabama Community College System, served on the Family Advisory Council for the Birmingham Education Foundation, and is a member of the Alabama Real Estate Commission. She is a member of the SCNTR Economic Design Team in Selma, Alabama, and is passionate about helping others excel and achieve their highest educational, personal, and professional goals.
Tracey is a proud wife and mother. She attends Bethel Baptist Church where she serves as a deaconess. Her hobbies are volunteering, traveling, learning a new skill, and spending time with family. Tracey is looking forward to serving as a member of the Beloved Community.