Tracy Schuldiner
Chief Advancement Officer
211 Broward

I am passionate about connecting with people, promoting equality and breaking all stigmas, including those of mental health and diagnoses.  I have worked in the nonprofit space for over 20 years but my role with 211 Broward is a perfect match for me as it aligns with my core values.

211 Broward is a 24/7 comprehensive crisis helpline that also connects the community to valuable resources. For over a decade, I have been proud to serve as their Chief Advancement & Community Relations Officer.

My degree from Barry University holds an emphasis in psychology. I believe that, combined with my certification from iPec Coaching as a life and business coach is what has enabled me to succeed in this industry, particularly within the health and wellness community.

I have always been on a personal quest for self-development and self-improvement. I continue to be an avid reader on the topic, attend various workshops on the subject matter, including two weeks with The Center for Mind Body Medicine, and often attend wellness classes focused on the mind-body connection. Several years ago, I decided to share these passions on my social media platform TraysJourney.

I’m excited to witness the trend of organizations recognizing the value of having their teams apply these principles to not only enhance their performance and productivity, but also enhance their lives and better support work-life balance.  

Beyond 211 Broward, I have volunteered for several local non-profits including The O.J. McDuffie Family Foundation, and The Russell Education Foundation Reading Room, Winterfest Boat Parade, Broward Mental Health Summit, Acumantras and more. I am proud to have served as a guest on podcasts covering topics such as 211 Broward services, avoiding burnout and wellness.