Tracy Vega

Vice President

Tracy was born in Chicago to parents that immigrated from Mexico. Tracy witnessed her parents work hard adjusting to life in the United States and as a result, takes pride in her cultural heritage and her family’s resiliency. Tracy attended Cristo Rey Jesuit High School and Loyola University Chicago. She grew up with the Jesuit value, “Men and Women for Others” and has spent 10 years working in the capacity of serving communities with families who immigrated to the US.

Tracy obtained her Master of Social Work degree at Erikson Institute in Chicago. In 2017 she moved to Marin County and currently works as a bilingual licensed mental health practitioner for Marin County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services’ Youth Empowerment Services providing integrated care and family support for children, adolescents, and caregivers. In her spare time, Tracy loves playing soccer, hiking, and going to museums.