Hello & Welcome,

I’m Tracy and I’m so happy that we are here together. 

 

As a native of rural Minnesota, I have had dreams beyond my small-town country roots for as long as I can remember. A bit of soul-searching, a new perspective on existence, a passion for education and a motivation for serving others have shaped me into the woman I am proud to be today. 

 

“I am a woman passionately serving and guiding other women like myself on a journey towards mindfulness, drawing closer to spirituality with positivity, grace and compassion.”

 

I have always loved serving others. Since 1991, I have been actively volunteering for mentorship programs and social action organizations. This has given me the sense of purpose that I have craved. The purpose of helping to transform the world we live in.

 

Today, I am an active educator, author, advocate of mental health, foster and adoptive mother to five resilient children, married to one amazing man & so much more.

“I serve because I know that change begins with me. If I want to be the change that I want to see in the world, then it’s up to me to be part of the change. To help be a change-agent of good and be the voice for others who are struggling.” – Tracy

 Current Service

State Co-Chair for the Collective Impact Parent Partner for the Wisconsin Office of Children’s Mental Health and Vice-Chair on the Waukesha County Human Services Center Coordinated Service Team

Member of the WELS Foster Care Advisory Group

Member of Muskego Women’s Club

Nonprofit Board Advisor

I Am Enough In Christ Keynote Speaker and Workshop Speaker

Tracy is currently serving the UW-Milwaukee Child Welfare Partnership Program as an Foster, Adoptive and Relative Statewide Ad Hoc Trainer.

Weber was invited to serve as a National ProLiteracy Accreditation Site Reviewer, and is a recent reviewer for the U.S. Department of Education, serving on the National Commission of Technology and the Future of
Teacher Education with the Association of Teachers in Education (ATE). Weber has presented internationally on behalf of educational technology and adult literacy issues through associations with Harvard University, U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Health and Human Services, and Pearson National Evaluation Systems.

Weber has also been an adjunct instructor in graphic design at Carroll College in Waukesha. Weber’s teaching background includes instruction for UW-Milwaukee School of Continuing Education in Milwaukee, WI, St. Thomas University in St. Paul, Minnesota, and at Bemidji State University, also in Minnesota.

She has also held the position of elementary staff development technology integrationist on the Leech Lake Indian Reservation with the Cass Lake-Bena School District. Weber played an instrumental role there in incorporating technology usage throughout the pre-K-12 curriculum, and organizing district and elementary technology committees.

At Bemidji State University, Weber earned a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in curriculum and design and instructional technology and holds a certificate in nonprofit management and accounting. Tracy is also a certified trainer for aha! Process, Inc. in the Bridges out of Poverty Seminars. While a student at BSU, she also worked for Apple Computer as a representative for university sales and education.

Tracy holds a certificate in TBRI & Trauma-Informed Classrooms and TBRI 101 Trust-Based Relationships through the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development at TCU.

She is currently a Ph.D. in Leadership for the Advancement of Learning and Service doctoral candidate at Cardinal Stritch University expecting to graduate in May 2021.

In 2013, Tracy was inducted into the Professional Education Hall of Fame at Bemidji State University. She currently serves on various committees and board appointments. Weber was awarded the Milwaukee Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” award in 2012 in addition to the Literacy Coalition of Southeastern’s Wisconsin’s Spirit Award for unwavering advocacy of literacy for K-20 students.

Tracy and her husband Thomas live in Musekgo, WI with their five children and their fur babies.