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Some days Tracey can’t decide which she loves more, the Web or WordPress. Her love affair with the Web certainly has the longevity—she started coding in the late 90s when looks didn’t matter and functionality ruled. Sharing that love meant creating accessible websites that could be appreciated by blind and low-vision folks too. Later she worked on a variety of U.S. government web projects and continued to promote accessibility and Section 508 compliance.
By 2008, WordPress was taking the blogosphere by storm and Tracey’s heart went pitter-pat. Fast-forward to 2011, Tracey and WordPress got serious while her clients reaped the benefits. They wanted great functionality, beauty, and ease-of-use—and Tracey made sure her beloved CMS measured up.
A long-term focus on functionality and user experience eventually ignited Tracey’s passion for educating business owners about the Web. She spread the word far and wide to make sure people knew what WordPress could do for their business.
If she’s not working with WordPress, you’ll probably find Tracey supercharging her vegetable garden with compost tea or maybe in the kitchen perfecting bread recipes. Of course, there’s always that first love—she could just as easily be on Web with all the other gamers and puzzle fans.