Tracie Sullivan works on Kids Count initiatives to recruit, engage, and train advocates to participate in the legislative process on Early Childhood policies.
Tracie earned her BA in Spanish at Gordon College in Wenham, MA in 2015, and will receive her Masters in Community Development and Planning from Clark University in May of 2017. Tracie has previously worked as an AmeriCorps VISTA at a local non-profit in Boston, and as a Statewide Research Assistant for the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security. Tracie has also worked with corporations to facilitate and engage the corporate sector in volunteering and social responsibility. Tracie is passionate about social justice, gender studies, public and behavioral health.
Tracie is a New Hampshire native, born in Concord and raised in Bedford. In her spare time she enjoys swimming, yoga, hiking, and spending time with her beagle!