Tracy Schober

Tracy Schober, MPA, Advanced Doctoral Student, Director of New Program Development, Anderson Center for Autism, ECHO Lead Facilitator/HUB Team Parent Advocate

Tracy currently serves as the Director of New Program Development at Anderson Center for Autism (ACA). She leads the admissions department and organizes local and national outreach efforts, connecting with parents and professionals. During her eleven-year tenure as an ACA team member, she has served as an Admissions Administrator, Supervisor of Medicaid Service Coordination, Senior Admissions Administrator, and Director of New Program Development. Tracy has developed and implemented trainings at local and national levels.

Tracy is a doctoral candidate, pursuing her Doctor of Public Administration degree at Capella University. She holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Marist College, a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from SUNY College at Brockport, and an Associate’s degree in Recreation Leadership from Erie Community College. Tracy is also pursuing her advanced and executive leadership certificates through The National Society of Leadership and Success (member) and has earned a certificate as A Social Change Ambassador from the American Association of University Women (member).

Tracy represents ACA on the Accessible Residential Opportunities Committee of the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities regional offices. She is also a member of the Association of Directors of Development, Admissions, and Marketing, currently serving as president. Additionally, Tracy is a member of the American Society for Public Administration, and the Pi Alpha Alpha Honor Society.

Tracy previously served as Program Manager of Adult Residential Services at COARC, a non-profit disabilities service provider, in Columbia County, NY, where she oversaw multiple Individual Residential Alternatives and apartments. Tracy’s doctoral focus is on housing. She is a proud mom of an adult on the spectrum.

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