A Western Massachusetts native, Tracy joined Skoler Abbott in 2020 after spending nearly two decades in coastal California. While there, she earned her associate degree in administration of justice and a certificate of achievement with an emphasis on the law and public policy at Pasadena City College, where she was a member of the honor society, Alpha Gamma Sigma. Tracy then pursued her B.A. in criminology, law and society from the School of Social Ecology at the University of California, Irvine, followed by completion of an ABA-accredited paralegal studies program. Her experience on the West Coast also includes an externship at the United States Bankruptcy Court.
After returning to Massachusetts and following her dreams in the legal profession, Tracy has made Skoler Abbott her second home where she continues to gain experience and grow in her career. She does not let tasks bog her down and strives to learn more every day while supporting the team.
An avid dog lover, Tracy volunteered as an animal welfare advocate with the Linda Blair World Heart Foundation in California for more than 10 years and has (so far) rescued three dogs of her own, including a Boston terrier, boxer and border collie. While she admits she misses living five minutes from the beach, she is a proud and involved aunt to her niece and enjoys spending time with family here in Massachusetts.
A.A., Administration of Justice, Pasadena City College, California
B.A., Criminology, School of Social Ecology at the University of California, Irvine