About Everchanging Woman
Everchanging Woman, LLC (ECW) is dedicated to empowering women in various stages of life through sharing experiences, best practices and advice captured in research, dialogue and documentation.
ECW strives to offer a voice for diverse women in various circumstances. It is to serve as a catalyst and forum where women can be inspired by the struggles and accomplishments of other women.
About Tracee Crockett, Founder
Tracee Crockett is founder and CEO of Everchanging Woman, LLC. Tracee has worked in the Public Administration field for over 10 years, which has included serving as a Senior Policy advisor to former Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon. She also has extensive experience in social work and case management.
A Phoenix native, Tracee attended Arizona State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Master of Arts degree in Public Administration. While pursuing her education, she cheered professionally for the Arizona Cardinals and Arizona Rattlers.
Tracee has served on numerous boards. She is member of The National Forum for Black Public Administrators and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. The outcome of her civic involvement and professional accomplishments has led to various recognitions. In 2011, she was recognized by the Maricopa County YWCA (Young Women’s Christian Association) at their Tribute to Women event as an Emerging Leader (2011). Tracee was selected as one of “Ten Women to Watch” in the March 2006 edition of AZ Women’s Magazine and she also received the Steven D. Ford Memorial Award for Emerging Leaders from the National Forum for Black Public Administrators. In 2005, she was noted by the Phoenix Business Journal as one of the “40 Under 40 Emerging Leaders” and the Outstanding Alumnae for the Black Board of Directors. She was also acknowledged in the February 2004 edition of Ebony Magazine as one of the “Nation’s 30 African-American Leaders Under 30 Years of Age”.
Tracee is married and has two children with her husband. Prior to marriage, Tracee was a single parent of a son for nine years. Her husband also brought children into their marriage and collectively they raise five children in their home. She also inherited her husband’s adult children who do not live with them.