Tracy Flynn has over 25 years of experience working in education and with non-profits. She has a broad background in local and national health, welfare, and education institutions. Her mission is to provide training and coaching to build healthy organizations and communities.
Previous positions include Health Curriculum Specialist with Seattle Public Schools, Training Director with the National CASA Association (a national non-profit providing grants and training related to foster care), and Director of Training with Planned Parenthood of Western Washington. She is currently Regional Consultant with Welcoming Schools and trainer/coach with the Youth Program Quality Improvement Initiative. She also serves as adjunct faculty at several universities. Her expertise includes instructional design, leadership development, management coaching, health education, anti-harassment/anti-bullying programs, child abuse and neglect prevention, child welfare systems training, and community engagement.
Tracy’s work as a consultant and coach keeps her engaged with education systems and non-profit organizations by providing leadership development and coaching, equity and inclusion training, and school improvement programming. She can be reached through the contact form on the right of the screen.
A sampling of her work: read about Tracy’s recent workshop with a youth leadership group in the Foundation for International Understanding Through Students (FIUTS) blog.
To learn more about Tracy’s work and experience download her resume here.
As a coach, Tracy uses inquiry, reflection and discussion to help you identify personal and/or business goals. She provides a place for you to hold yourself accountable and monitor your progress.— Veronica Montaño-Pilch