Tracy is a local social justice attorney, mother to two school-age children, and wife to a family physician with an expertise in community health. Tracy has fought for criminal justice reform and an end to mass incarceration through her work with Innocence Project New Orleans, The Justice and Accountability Center (JAC), Resurrection After Exoneration (RAE), Project 180 and as a cooperating attorney with the ACLU. In addition, Tracy has worked to coordinate legal aid services around the state of Louisiana post-Katrina and after the BP oil spill disaster. Tracy currently has her own practice focused on post-conviction, criminal appeals, and civil rights in Bradenton, Florida. Tracy has been involved in social justice movements and public service for over 30 years. She continued this work when she attended law school as a second career serving as the President of her Public Interest Law Group, and charter member of the student chapter of National Lawyer’s Guild.