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Tracy Fink is a change agent, teacher, and leader who is passionate about showing people how to become “unstuck” and flourish in their environments.  She has devoted her career working with people to build emotional intelligence in organizations and communities.  Tracy offers experience in providing leadership development workshops, one-on-one coaching as well as guided meditation sessions in corporate, community, and individual settings. The benefits of working with Tracy include increased self-awareness, focus, creativity, and improved relationships.

Throughout her career, Tracy has experience as the Director of Marketing and the Director of the Executive Women’s Forum (EWF), an inclusive business development program she conceived and executed nationwide at CohnReznick LLC.  She has also worked with numerous professional service firms including banks, law firms, and accounting firms.


Tracy is a frequent speaker on topics including The Business Case for Mindfulness; Building Emotional Intelligence for Leaders; Self-Compassion as a Strategy For Resiliency; Sponsor vs. Mentor; Navigating Difficult Conversations; and Courageous Leadership: Getting Outside Your Comfort Zone.  She has presented for leadership teams and audiences at leading workplaces including PNC Bank, Perry Ellis, Riker Danzig, Connell Foley LLP, BioNJ, Dress for Success, and The New School.


Tracy holds an MBA from Northeastern University and a BA in Psychology from Boston University. She is currently working on a certificate in Negotiation and Emotion from Harvard University.  In 2017 she completed a 9-month Teacher Certification Program at Search Inside Yourself, the global evidence-based emotional intelligence program engineered at Google.  She was named a Top Intrapreneur in 2016 by Leading Women Entrepreneurs and was recognized as a Best 50 Women in Business by NJBiz in 2018. 


Tracy is a mentor for Rider University Women’s Leadership Council.  She thrives on the love of her family and friends, adventurous travel, collaborative cooking, and college football

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