Tracy Fisher

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Education Advocate, Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

Tracy Fisher got involved in education early as a parent in Coppell, Texas. Tracy’s passion for “raising the ceiling” in education led her to found the Coppell Gifted Association (CGA) fifteen years ago. Tracy served as the “Parent Advocate” member on the Texas Association of the Gifted and Talented (TAGT) Board of Directors. In 2012, Fisher was awarded the TAGT 2012 State “Parent of the Gifted” Award and won her election to the Coppell ISD School Board. Her nearly ten-year service on the CISD School board has included president and vice president roles. During the past six years, she has earned the distinction of Master Trustee and served as a Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Legislative Advisory Council member. In 2019, Fisher received the Leadership TASB “Leadership Award,” and in 2021, she has received the first-ever school board “Advocate of the Year” from TASB.

Fisher, a tenacious native Texan and military dependent, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Nebraska. She worked professionally in management and leadership roles for Frito Lay and LSG Sky Chefs. She and Andy have been happily married for more than 30 years and have two grown sons, a daughter-in-law, and two beautiful young grandchildren.

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