Lead Volunteer Director
Tracy Jensen has experienced a lot of adversity in her life, but she realized that these challenges have been a catalyst in forming her character and influencing her unwavering commitment to inspire the human spirit. Even through these challenges, she knew her example would ultimately reflect upon her children. This gave her an opportunity to exemplify compassion and forgiveness. She can attest that handling these challenges with courage and a positive attitude paid off because her children were also able to rise above these challenges as well. She acknowledges that overcoming adversity brings great triumphs. The path to healing has brought many victories into her life and has given her opportunities to assist others in overcoming difficult circumstances as well. Her love for others continues to ripple into the lives of those she meets. Her compassion and giving nature are apparent to all those around her. Her love of others is substantial and her philosophy in life is to look for the good news and the win/win in all things. Tracy has always had an entrepreneur spirit and unique back ground in many areas; owning a horse ranch, raising paint horses, teaching riding lessons to disabled children, working as a massage therapist with emphasis in sports injury, and being a personal assistant to high-profile Utahans. All of this ultimately led to her successful Real Estate career. This broad spectrum has given her many opportunities to engage in a variety of areas to assist with furthering her life experiences. Besides her work with SHEROES United, Tracy has served in many volunteer capacities including Pioneer Theater and The Festival of Trees. She also continues to be an avid contributor to the American Red Cross. Tracy has worked in the Real Estate industry for the past 15 years alongside her loving husband of ten years, Robert. Tracy was born in California, but now resides in Utah with her family. She is devoted to her family and loves the time she can spend with them outdoors boating, attending sporting events and golfing. Tracy’s friends are also a significant part of her life and she often says, “I am collecting sisters and friends I have not met yet." She chose to work with SHEROES United because of our mission to embody the value of “Super Role Models”, promoting healing and change, which ultimately ripples into the lives of families and children. Tracy says working with SHEROES has given her an opportunity to meet amazing people from all over the world and has increased her awareness of the multitude of tragedies that are here locally and worldwide. She feels blessed to work with the amazing Board of Directors, committees, and all the volunteers. She says the volunteers and supporters are the pivotal part of the growth of SHEROES and together as one, we will shift this world into a higher awareness and bring change to the forefront. Her commitment to SHEROES is to engage, educate and enroll others into the vision, creating victory for all.