Tracey has lived in Andover since 2001 and has served on the School Committee since March 2018. She and her husband have two children who attend Andover High School. Tracey is an attorney who practices employment law with her firm in Andover. She attended Boston College Law School and Middlebury College. Tracey enjoys skiing, reading, yoga, and cooking, and enjoys creating and making craft cocktails.
Tracey is running for re-election to the Andover School Committee because she wants to continue to fight for the resources Andover Public Schools need to deliver a high quality education to all of its students, through thoughtful and responsible investment. She wants to be engaged in the district’s efforts to implement the Educational Equity Policy adopted by the School Committee in June 2020, to ensure every APS student has equitable access to anti-racist and culturally responsive curriculum. She wants to be part of the team that hires the district’s next superintendent, to ensure a continuing commitment to high educational standards, a data-driven culture, and social emotional learning. She wants to continue her service on the West Elementary School Building Committee, which will result in two new schools (Shawsheen pre-K and West El) that benefit the entire community. Read more about all Tracey has accomplished and supported during her first term and why you should support her re-election.